Tuesday Parallel Session: High Efficiency Separations

June 20, 2016

This Tuesday morning session will be chaired by Mary Wirth of Purdue University and will be held in the Golden Gate Ballroom A on floor B2 level.

 

This Tuesday morning session will be chaired by Mary Wirth of Purdue University and will be held in the Golden Gate Ballroom A on floor B2 level.

The session will open with a keynote lecture presented by James Jorgenson of the University of North Carolina. His presentation is titled “Separation of Polar Molecules with Porous Graphitic Carbon in Capillary UHPLC.”

The session’s next presentation, also a keynote lecture, is titled “Compact Ultrahigh Pressure Nanoflow LC System” and will be presented by Milton Lee of Brigham Young University. Lee was the recipient of LCGC’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement in Chromatography Award.

The third presentation in the session will be presented by Fabrice Gritti of Waters Corporation and is titled “Achieving Quasi-Adiabatic Thermal Environment to Improve Column Efficiency and Robustness in Liquid and Supercritical Fluid Chromatography.”

Yoachim Vanderheyden of Vrije Universiteit Brussel will present the final talk in this Tuesday session. It is titled “Peak Deconvolution to Correctly and Completely Assess the True Band Broadening of Chromatographic Columns.”

The symposium will be followed by Poster Session 1 in the Yerba Buena Ballroom Exhibition Hall, floor lower B2 level (poster presentations: Biopharma-Large Molecule and General Applications; LC Column Technology, Silica and Other Particles; and Chiral Separations).