This tip discusses the use of Molecular Weight Markers found on the Slicing tab of the Processing Method in Empower.
This week we will conclude our discussion on using Custom Fields as they relate to GPC/SEC data by looking at the Custom Fields that come with the GPC Default project.
Welcome back to Get Empowered! In this week’s tip, we are going to continue our discussion on using Custom Fields as it relates to GPC/SEC.
Let’s look at some practical ways to use Custom Fields when dealing with polymers in Empower Software.
In this week’s tip, we are going to learn about Cumulative Matching Percent Calibration. Let’s get started.
Universal calibration using Mark-Houwink constants: Understand the advantages and disadvantages. Learn more.
This week we are going to learn about using a Processing Method for relative calibration working with broad standards. Let’s get started.
Let’s review the results for calibration curves and the calculated sample molecular weights, along with their molecular weight distributions when using Relative Calibration…all in Empower Software.
In this week’s tip, we are going to begin a new series on how to work with GPC/SEC data in Empower. Let’s get started.
Getting back to our series on working with ACQUITY QDa MS data in Empower, let’s learn how to use the Peak Ratio functionality in the Processing Method.