Riva 2014 (the 38th ISCC and 11th GCxGC Symposium) saw the beginning of a new video series: “Tea With Rich” – you may have already seen interviews with Luigi Mondello and Chiara Cordero at Riva del Garda in the gardens of a beautiful old villa.
For the third and final instalment from Riva, James Harynuk finds himself in great need of a cup of tea after 18 hours of travel, but dispatches jet lag to discuss GCxGC thermodynamics and the potential black box of chemometrics.
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