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Today’s laboratories have to deal with an increased number of samples; throughput is a  progressively more important factor. Solutions have been presented, for example, highly efficient narrow bore columns. However, operating 0.10 mm ID columns demands specific instrumentation and skills. Moreover, use is limited by sampling, loadability, durability, and the measurement of “fast” peaks. The use of 0.15/0.18 mm ID capillaries has been better accepted.

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Jaap de Zeeuw

Jaap de Zeeuw’s thesis was entitled “Fused Silica Capillary Column Technology” – the beginning of 34 years in GC capillary technology. Jaap has developed many PLOT and bonded-phase columns, and is also the originator of simple concepts for fast GC-MS using high vacuum inside capillary columns. “I’ve traveled widely and I am well known...” not only for his technical knowledge and teaching skills; Jaap has published more than 100 articles on GC column technology and applications.

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