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Gas Chromatography: Foundation Theory, Column Selection, and Troubleshooting
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Gas Chromatography: Foundation Theory, Column Selection, and Troubleshooting

Gas Chromatography: Foundation Theory, Column Selection, and Troubleshooting
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Gas Chromatography: Foundation Theory, Column Selection, and Troubleshooting


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Chromatographers from Restek will be presenting at Waters’ upcoming seminar on October 23, 2019, in Wood Dale, IL. This educational opportunity is aimed at scientists looking to learn more about GC-MS capabilities in all areas, particularly in food and environmental applications. Topics include the technology behind GC-MS instruments, QuEChERS sample preparation, identification of extractable and leachable compounds from electronic cigarettes, and multiresidue pesticide analysis. Register today and join us for an outstanding technical training event.

This course is an initiation into the fundamentals and best practices of this widely used technique. Sessions aims are to gain a practical knowledge of the principals of gas chromatography, and GC column selection, as well as maintenance and troubleshooting. Chromatographic examples will be provided throughout the presentation.


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