Author Archives: Kyle Williams


Kyle Williams is Application Scientist with Malvern Panalytical specializing in the Separations instrumentation, including the OMNISEC system, and is joining us from our Houston office. He has experience analyzing a wide range of macromolecules, from polyolefins to organic materials to proteins and biopolymers. Kyle joined Malvern Panalytical in 2010 from the University of Texas where he received his Ph.D. (2010) under Professor Chris Bielawski. His doctoral research focused on the development of novel N-heterocyclic carbene architectures for the synthesis and application of structurally dynamic materials.

Published 7 Jul 2021

OMNISEC consumables on the eStore!

A GPC/SEC system contains a lot of parts!  In addition to columns and standards, there are a number of consumable items required to actually use the instrument.  Since I didn’t get to them in my last post, this one will…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 10 Jun 2021

The importance of the post-column filter

I began this post with the intention of discussing the most popular GPC/SEC consumables available from the Malvern Panalytical eStore.  As with my previous posts on columns and standards, my goal was to provide a list of consumables to keep…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 6 May 2021

Aggregates! And what they look like in GPC/SEC data

One of the pleasures of working in the Applications Lab is that I get to analyze a variety of GPC/SEC sample types.  I can be finishing up a set of biodegradable polyesters, currently running low molecular weight oligomers, while getting…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 26 Apr 2021

Compositional analysis! Now with OMNISEC

In a previous post, I described how you can determine the composition of a sample through GPC/SEC analysis. This powerful method has found many applications, with a recent example being AAV characterization. With these types of analyses becoming increasingly popular,…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 20 Apr 2021

What can compositional analysis do for me?

A few days ago, my colleague Dr. John Stenson previewed the upcoming launch of the OMNISEC software’s newest feature: compositional analysis!  Amidst your excitement at the great content headed your way, you might be wondering, “what can compositional analysis do…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 10 Mar 2021

GPC/SEC standards from the eStore!

In my last post, I highlighted the most common GPC/SEC columns available from the Malvern Panalytical eStore.  Just like with columns, scientists rely on the selection of appropriate GPC/SEC standards to generate reliable methods and obtain quality results.  In order…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 9 Feb 2021

GPC/SEC columns from the eStore!

Columns and standards are an essential part of every GPC/SEC analysis.  To obtain quality data, scientists depend on the selection of appropriate columns and standards specific to their application.  In order to accommodate a diverse range of applications, Malvern Panalytical…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 7 Jan 2021

Catching up with OMNISEC! Part 2

Last year I highlighted a handful of publications featuring OMNISEC as a powerful analytical tool for multi-detector GPC/SEC analyses.  As time marches on, even in these unprecedented times, OMNISEC continues to become more pervasive in the global scientific community.  Therefore,…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Published 3 Dec 2020

Low molecular weight analyses with OMNISEC

When you think of gel permeation chromatography / size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC) you probably associate the technique with the analysis of macromolecules such as proteins and polymers.  After all, that’s what it does best!  However, as researchers and manufacturers push…READ MORE >

Tags: , , , ,

Subscribe Now