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Get Empowered: Another Reader Question on Quantitating Impurities | Tip #78

By July 18, 2018
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Lots of questions about calculating impurities in Empower Software! Here’s another answer to a reader who inquired: How do you quantitate impurities against the main component? We’re happy to show how…

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #69, System Suitability

By May 16, 2018
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#69: Learn how Empower Software calculates Peak-to-Peak Noise for USP, EP, and JP Signal-to-Noise calculations.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #68, System Suitability

By May 9, 2018
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We begin a multi-part discussion about the System Suitability option in Empower Software, starting with what are Statistical Moments and how are they helpful.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #67, Method Sets

By May 2, 2018

Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #66, Method Sets

By April 25, 2018
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#66 This week we will begin a new multi-part discussion around using Method Sets in Empower Software. This post shows how to subtract a 3D baseline from 3D PDA data.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #65, Deriving Channels

By April 18, 2018
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#65: In this final tip in our Deriving Channels series for using Empower Software, we learn about Switch To, a function that you can use to combine data from channels generated by different wavelengths or detectors into one, so that you process a single chromatogram.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #64, Deriving Channels

By April 11, 2018
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#64: How do you look at the second derivative of a chromatogram, which can make it easier to identify coeluting peaks? Neil Lander tackles how to do it in Empower Software.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #63, Deriving Channels

By April 4, 2018
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#63: About once a year our Empower Software product manager, Neil Lander, gets the following question: “Can I create a mirror image of my chromatogram?” The answer is yes, and it’s easy to do.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #62, Deriving Channels

By March 28, 2018
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#62: In Empower Software, deriving a channel lets us mathematically combine two channels of data. What if we wanted to combine more than two channels? There’s a relatively new feature that lets us combine up to 10 channels of data, called Formula Based Derived Channel. Let’s see how it works.

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Get Empowered: Review Window and the Processing Method | Tip #61, Deriving Channels

By March 20, 2018
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#61: Learn how to derive a channel for Timed Mass for 3D MS data in Empower Software. Timed Mass creates a channel that specifies a mass at specified starting times, which can maximize sensitivity and allow us to perform quantification for all components regardless of the differences in mass.

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