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LCGC Announces Partnership with the China Chromatography Network

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LCGC has announced a major new partnership in China, with, the China Chromatography Network. Through this partnership, LCGC Asia Pacific will be distributed to more than 130,000 practicing chromatographers in Greater China.

The China Chromatography Network ( was established as a chromatography portal in 1999. Today, it is the largest industry website and the most influential social media platform oriented to the analysis and testing industry. It provides easy access to practical, comprehensive, and professional information and services to more than a million users. The website provides a wide range of information, including updates on standards and regulations, chromatography products, and a methods and reference library. The organization also provides in-person and online training through courses and web seminars.

For more than 30 years, LCGC has been the gold standard relied upon by chromatographers across all technique areas for objective, unbiased, nuts-and-bolts technical information they can use in their labs every day. LCGC’s columns and peer-reviewed articles continue to bring readers technical advice from the most respected, veteran industry experts in the areas of UHPLC, HPLC, GC, LC–MS, GC–MS, CE, SFC, and more. Since 1998, LCGC has been extending the reach of its respected information about separation science to chromatographers in Asia through LCGC Asia Pacific.

To read the latest issue of LCGC Asia Pacific, click here.

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For editorial opportunities in LCGC Asia Pacific, please contact Alasdair Matheson.


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