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Behind the Science, S2 Ep 2: Chromatography 101 with Joe Arsenault

Video   May 15, 2017


We’ve all had great teachers who’ve inspired us as we learn new things.
Here at Waters, one of our favorite science teachers is Joe Arsenault.
Watch Joe as he shows us how to do paper and liquid chromatography, its
core scientific concepts, and how it translates to the analytical
technologies that Waters provides to today’s laboratories. If you're
like us, you'll gain a new appreciation for the magic of chromatography!
More info: http://bit.ly/2nPDWMg

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