Manual pipetting of organic solvents can be tricky. A common challenge is dripping which can create precision, safety and cross contamination concerns. Often times, scientists accommodate for this with different pipetting methods like reverse pipetting and a range of techniques like pre-wetting, slow/fast aspiration and dispensing, tip touches and various other parameters. What if you did not have to worry about manually pipetting these types of solvents anymore? What if you could program a pipetting robot to do this for you so that it is reproducible every time with no dripping or worry of cross contamination?
Key Learning Objectives:
Tips and tricks on how to automate working with organic solvents
Learn about connected, bluetooth-enabled electronic pipettes and their capabilities when used with automation
Case Study from users of the Andrew+ Pipetting Robot at Abbvie GmbH : "Automating Work with Volatile Substances for Liquid Chromatography Sample Preparations”
Who Should Attend:
Method development scientists
Brought to you by:
Nadim Mira Product Marketing Analyst II, Waters Corporation (Andrew Alliance France)
Ekaterina Sobich Liquid Chromatography Specialist, AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co.KG
Samuel Kyeremateng, Ph.D. Principal Research Scientist, AbbVie Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG.
Melissa O'Meara Forensic Science Consultant, C&EN Media Group