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LCGC North America
Volume 30, Issue 2, pp. 178

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Headspace Analysis — Theory and Practice
10–11 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Practical Gas Chromatography
10–11 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Sample Prep for Chromatrography
11 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Sampling and Sample Preparation
11 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Residual Solvents: Understanding the Requirements and Practical Strategies for Compliance
13 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Enantiomeric Separations
13 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Sampling for Particle Size Analysis
13 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Impurities in Pharmaceuticals —A Survey Course
14 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Optimizing Performance with Consistent Results in Gas Chromatography
14 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/

Validation, Verification and Transfer of Pharmaceutical Analytical Methods
15 March 2012
Orlando, FL
http://www.pittcon.org/


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