DO NOT PUBLISH — ISPAC 2013 to Feature Session Co-Chaired by Restek’s Jack Cochran

Restek is proud to be a sponsor of the 2013 International Symposium on Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds (ISPAC) being held from September 8–12 on the campus of Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon. According to ISPAC, this year’s event “will focus on the research of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds (PACs) on multiple fronts of analytical measurements, toxicology, organic synthesis, human exposure and health effects, and environmental presences, sources, fate, and transport. It is a forum that brings together researchers worldwide to communicate, learn, and advance the field of PAC.”

Jack Cochran

Jack Cochran

We are looking forward to what promises to be an enlightening and informative week of discussion and collaboration with our colleagues from around the world. We especially invite you to sit in on the “GCxGC for PAC Analysis” session, which will be co-chaired by Jack Cochran, Restek’s Director of New Business & Technology, along with Allen Zhang of LECO Corporation. Jack will also present his work during the session in a talk titled “GCxGC-TOFMS and GC-MS/MS Using a Novel GC Stationary Phase for the Unbiased Determination of Important PAHs”.

For a full schedule of events and presentations, or more for information on ISPAC, visit www.ispac2013.com or e-mail Jack Cochran at jack.cochran@restek.com

Reduce GC Analysis Time Without Switching to Hydrogen by Using 0.15-0.18 mm ID Fast GC Capillary Columns

Author(s): Jaap de Zeeuw
Restek Corporation

Published By: Petro Industry News

Issue: June/July

Year of Publication: 2013

Link: http://www.petro-online.com/articles/analytical-instrumentation/11/jaap_de_zeeuw/reduce_gc_analysis_time_without_switching_to_hydrogen_by_using_0.150.18_mm_id_fast_gc_capillary_columns_/1458/

Abstract: Fast GC using smaller ID columns and existing instrumentation is an excellent way to reduce analysis times while maintaining the original separation. This article by Jaap de Zeeuw explains what you need to consider in order to successfully convert your method to fast GC.