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Today's Free Tutorials: Microfluidics, Monoliths, Ion Chromatography and Electrophoresis


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Today, three free tutorial sessions are offered to HPLC conferees. Today’s talks, from Steven Soper, Emily Hilder, and Chris Pohl, cover microfluidics, monoliths, and ion chromatography.

At 8:55 am, Steven Soper of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will talk about the basic principles and practical applications of microfluidics.

At 11:35 am, Emily Hilder of the University of Tasmania will talk about the synthesis and applications of polymer monoliths in liquid chromatography.

At 2:00 pm, Chris Pohl of Thermo Scientific will discuss “Ion chromatography vs. Electrophoresis.”

All the free tutorial sessions take place in the Magnolia room on the 3rd floor of the Hilton.

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