Molnár-Institute has announced it will be showcasing its DryLab® software at The Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (PittCon).
Pittcon is one of North America’s largest annual conferences and expositions on laboratory science. This year, it will take place from 17-21 March at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, US.
Headed by Dr Imre Molnár, the Molnár-Institute team will present the latest applications of the DryLab® software in modelling liquid chromatographic separations at booth 3201.
As part of the software’s new systematic design capabilities, the automation module can create method sets in the most efficient order, execute runs and acquire results from the respective chromatographic data system (CDS). Mass and other integrated data is retrieved to minimise ambiguity in peak tracking. Automated zoom algorithm presents clear-cut chromatograms while a peak alignment option allows peak movement to be identified across varying method conditions.
Further instrument parameters have been added to DryLab’s Robustness module, allowing for an even better assessment of method pitfalls in routine use. Understanding these at the earliest possible stage both enhances risk management and allows redemption of methods that would turn out to be less-than-optimal at later stages in the analytical lifecycle.
The Knowledge Management Documentation tool now features a set of project information windows allowing the operator to define statements as templates for all areas of analytical quality by design (AQbD), allowing knowledge-transfer to related projects.
Stop by booth 3201 and get a live demonstration.