Introduction to Liquid Chromatography

Professor Peter Schoenmakers
In this webinar, Professor Peter Schoenmakers will provide insight into the various LC techniques, including:

* An overall perspective of current usage and applications of the various techniques.
* A description of how the techniques developed, starting from paper chromatography up-to current "high tech" two-dimensional separations.
* A more detailed focus on the concept of various methods.

Often portrayed more as magic than science, popular television series such as CSI have aroused great interest in analytical chemistry. Forensic science relies on separation science.

Peter Schoenmakers' webinar will also, in a light-hearted manner, put LC methods into the correct perspective for forensic science.
Jan 19 2010
51 mins
Introduction to Liquid Chromatography
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The Year of Education came about through discussions between 3 professors who actively teach chromatography:

* Professor Harold McNair, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, USA
* Professor Pat Sandra, University of Ghent, Belgium
* Professor Peter Schoenmakers, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands

"The first activity is a free webinar on gas chromatography, followed by a number of other activities, more webinars, online short courses, tutorials, instruction videos and much more! 2010 will be a year full of activities.

Many experts will be involved, from university and industry. We believe all chromatographers should actively take part in this: in teaching, telling their employees and students to take courses. This is a chance they should not miss!"

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