PITTCON 2011: Microfabricated Gas Chromatographs for Sub-ppb Determinations of Complex Vapor Mixture Components - - Chromatography Online

Live at PITTCON 2011:
Live interviews from the LCGC and Spectroscopy 2011 Pittcon Theater, recorded live in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 14 and 15.



Microfabricated Gas Chromatographs for Sub-ppb Determinations of Complex Vapor Mixture Components
Edward T. Zellers, University of Michigan
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Other Pittcon Videos

Gas Chromatography
Static Headspace GC–MS Detection of Residual Solvents
Alyssa Andrews-Ashley, US Pharmacopeia

Developing New Sorbent Coatings for SPME–GC Based on Polymeric Ionic Liquids
Jared L. Anderson, University of Toledo

Microfabricated Gas Chromatographs for Sub-ppb Determinations of Complex Vapor Mixture Components
Edward T. Zellers, University of Michigan

HPLC/UHPLC
Benefits and Challenges of Using UHPLC in Pharmaceutical Analysis
Michael W. Dong, Genentech

Fast Analytical Chromatography and the Role of the Design of New Stationary Phases
Fabrice Gritti, University of Tennessee

Transferring Assays to Different Laboratories, and Comparing UHPLC With HPLC
Mary Ellen P. McNally, DuPont Crop Protection

Physiochemical Characteristics of Chromatographic Materials in HPLC
Luis A. Colon, University at Buffalo

Hyphenated Techniques
Multidimensional Chromatography–MS in Polymer Analysis
Hernan Cortes, Hernan J. Cortes Consulting, LLC

Comprehensive GCxGC Coupled to MS for the Analysis of Food Samples
Luigi Mondello, University of Messina

Using LC–MS with Online Sample Preparation to Survey Metabolites Formed In Vitro
Samuel Yang, University of Texas at Arlington

LCGC 2011 Emerging Leader Award
An interview with Dwight R. Stoll
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Gustavus Adolphus College, winner of the LCGC 2011 Emerging Leader Award


Pittcon, Today and Tomorrow
An Interview with Penny Gardner
President, Pittcon 2011


LCGC 2011 Lifetime Achivement Award
An interview with James W. Jorgenson
Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of North Carolina, winner of the LCGC 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award



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