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37th International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography & 10th GCxGC Symposium

12 May 2013 - 16 May 2013 - Palm Springs, CA, USA



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Who should attend?

ISCC is the forum for scientists who are interested in chromatographic separations using capillary and microfluidic columns. Newest developments in column technology, detection systems and applications using GC, LC and CE modes will be presented.

GCxGC is a forum to reflect key positing points in the history of GCxGC. Modulators and detector technologies, applications that demonstrate the scope and promise of multi-column separation solutions, column combinations that best display sample components in 2D space, and theories and models of 2D separations. Hot topics in these areas will offered during GCxGC.



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