What if we have specific criteria that must be met for our samples to pass chromatographic analysis? How can we use Empower Software to evaluate whether the sample meets these criteria? See how to do it using Custom Fields.
How to modify a Custom Field in Empower Software that applies to specific samples and/or specific peaks.
Learn about Result Custom Field in Empower CDS, a user-defined calculation pertaining to all of the peaks in the chromatogram and, as a result, produces one result for the entire chromatogram. Today we will create a Result Custom Field to calculate the average peak width of the peaks in our chromatogram. This information is helpful when creating or fine-tuning a processing method.
How to modify a Custom Field in Empower Software.
As we continue to demonstrate ways to use Custom Fields in Empower, see how to copy a Custom Field from one Project to another.
In Empower Software, a Peak Custom Field is a user-defined calculation pertaining to a peak or peaks within the chromatogram. Our goal in this Empower Tip is to calculate the percent of Label Claim for an ingredient in the final product.
As we continue our series on using Custom Fields in Empower Software, learn how to create a Component Custom Field.
With Empower Tip #83, we continue looking at Custom Fields and learn how to create a Custom Sample Set Field. A Sample Field is something that identifies a sample and each sample can have its own set of unique identifiers. A Custom Sample Set Field is something that identifies the entire Sample Set. Common Custom Sample Set Fields are method type, column used, and mobile phase used.
Empower Software’s Result Audit Viewer makes it easier to review the audit trail information associated with a Result Set by bringing this information into one window rather than going to all of the individual audit trail windows. In this tip, we take a tour of the Result Audit Viewer.
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…