Chemistry International
Vol. 22, No. 5, September 2000

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Conference Announcement

7th International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Hyphenated Chromatographic Analyzers (HTC-7)
6-8 February 2002, Bruges, Belgium

This symposium aims to give an overview of the fundamental aspects, instrumental developments, and applications of the various hyphenated chromatographic techniques (e.g., coupling of GC or LC to LC, GC, and SFE-SFC; MS, FTIR, AED, and other techniques coupled with GC, (HP)LC, SFC, CZE, and FFF; PTV-GC-MS; on-line air traps-, purge-and-trap, extractors-, and GPC-GC (or LC); LC to NMR, Raman, FIA-DAD, light-scattering; ITP-MS; and SPME- and MESI-techniques). Emphasis will be placed on sample preparation, sample introduction, miniaturization, microfabricated analytical devices; and the design of hyphenated, on-line, and at-line chromatographic analyzers.

Hyphenated chromatography is generally used in medicine and pharmacy, food and feed analysis, and in environmental and forensic studies. The recent outbreak of food poisoning by dioxins and PCBs could only be solved using GC-MS techniques. This HTC symposium is the sole Congress in the world devoted to hyphenated chromatography. Around 400 scientific participants from all over the world are expected to attend.

For additional information, contact Robert Smits, Roelsstraat 20, B-8670 Oostduinkerke, Belgium;
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel./Fax: +32 58 514575



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