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LCGC North America
Volume 29, Issue 7, pp. 626


Practical and Applied Gas Chromatography
August 2011
Denver, CO

Gas Chromatography: Fundamentals, Troubleshooting, and Method Development
22–26 August 2011
Chicago, IL

Comprehensive Capillary GC Seminar
13 September 2011
Columbus, OH

Practical and Applied Gas Chromatography
21–22 September 2011
Boston, MA

Gas Chromatography Basics Webcast Course
9 November–14 December 2011
Online course

Practical Gas Chromatography: Packed and Capillary Columns (Dr. Robert Grob Memorial Course)
14–17 November 2011
Somerset, NJ

Practical and Applied Gas Chromatography
December 2011
Houston, TX


Comprehensive HPLC Seminar
4 August 2011
Atlanta, GA


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