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Welcome to the 4th Asia-Pacific Winter Conference on Plasma
Spectrochemistry (2010 APWC), which will be held at Wangjiang Hotel, Chengdu, China, from November 26 to 30, 2010. The 2010 APWC organizing committee cordially invites you to participate in this great event on plasma spectrochemistry in China.

Date: 26.11.2010 - 30.11.2010
National/International: International
Language: English
Type: Conference
Location: Chengdu, PR China
Contact: Chairman:
Xiandeng Hou
Coolege of Chemistry and Analytical Testing Centre,
Sichuan University,
Chendu, Sichuan 610061
PR China
Conference web site at:   http:⁄⁄atc.scu.edu.cn⁄2010apwc⁄index.htm

The purpose of the conference is to bring together analytical spectral  chemists worldwide to stimulate contacts and to exchange research ideas  and experiences. The 2010 APWC conference will consist of plenary  lectures, invited keynote lectures, invited talks and oral presentations, a  poster session, and an analytical instrument exhibition. Abstracts of all  presented papers will be included in the proceedings book of 2010 APWC.  It is expected that around 200 participants from 20 countries and regions  will be present. The conference organizers anticipate that this conference  will meet all of the participants’ scientific and social expectations, as well  as provide a satisfying Chinese cultural experience.

2010 APWC conference strives to create a forum for in-depth and
informed discussions, with vital coverage of fundamental developments,
new and improved instrumentation, spectroscopic diagnostics, and
applications of spectroscopy across all disciplines, focusing on the
following topics:
  • Plasma-based optical spectrometry
  • Plasma-based mass spectrometry
  • Analytical spectral instrumentation
  • Miniaturized/portable spectral instruments
  • Spectroscopy in elemental speciation
  • Spectroscopic sensing of bio-related species
  • Environmental analysis
  • Food and pharmaceutical analysis
  • Nanomaterial-based spectroscopy
  • Sample preparation in spectral analysis
An instrument exhibition program will be organized during the
meeting. Companies interested in participating in this exhibition are
encouraged to direct their inquiries to the chairman, Dan Hou.


August 31,2010Submission of abstracts
September 15,2010Notification of acceptance
October 1,2010Early registration at reduced fee

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