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Techniques & Tools Preparative/Process Chromatography, Gas Chromatography

The (not so) EZ Journey to Improved GC Methods

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About the Authors

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.


Jack Cochran

Jack Cochran is a recognized expert in GC and GC×GC for the analysis of pesticides, PCBs, explosives, PAHs, PCDDs, PCDFs, BFRs, and similar priority pollutants in food, soils, sediments, air, water, and other matrices. “I use my real- world experience in method development, sample preparation and analysis to help chromatographers worldwide. I’m still a ‘hands on’ scientist and like to spend as much time in the laboratory as possible”. Jack is also an adjunct professor in the Forensic Science Program at The Pennsylvania State University.

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