Meeting Reports and Events
Advances in Gas Chromatography
Mar 09 2010
Author: Alan Handley, Head of Pharmaceutical Services LGC Ltd on behalf of LGC Standards
On November 3rd 2009, The Chromatographic Society staged a one day joint scientific meeting with the RSC North West Region Analytical Division entitled “Advances in Gas Chromatography”. It was held at LGC Ltd “The Heath Business Park” Runcorn. This is one of the Chromatographic Society’s series of biennial meetings.
Gas Chromatography (GC) is still the technique of choice for analysing both volatile and semi volatile compounds. As we move to more complex and difficult matrices, much is now being asked of the technique in terms of separation and limits of detection. The meeting set out to look at newer detection/separation solutions and profile case studies from the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, forensic and environmental areas.
In parallel to the full meeting program there was an instrument exhibition with representatives from all the major GC instrument and consumables suppliers. The meeting was attended by some 130 delegates from both Industry and Academia and as with the 2007 meeting the event was a sell out with registration having to close some weeks before the event - highlighting the popularity and relevance of the technology to modern day analytical laboratories.
Chromatography Today - Buyers' Guide 2022
In This Edition Modern & Practocal Applications - Accelerating ADC Development with Mass Spectrometry - Implementing High-Resolution Ion Mobility into Peptide Mapping Workflows Chromatogr...
View all digital editions
Jun 04 2023 Houston, TX, USA
Plastics Recycling World Expo Europe
Jun 14 2023 Essen, Germany
Jun 18 2023 Dusseldorf, Germany
Jul 04 2023 Cardiff, UK
Jul 11 2023 Lagos, Nigeria