The Tenth International Symposium on Hyphenated Techniques in Chromatography and Hyphenated Chromatographic Analyzers
Tenth International Symposium on Advances in Extraction Techniques 2008
will be organized by the Royal Flemish Chemical Society (KVCV), and the Chromatography and Electrophoresis Group (C&EG)of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
Following the Ninth HTC-symposium which was held in York (UK) in February 2006, HTC-10 will again cover all fundamental aspects, instrumental developments and applications of hyphenated chromatographic techniques. Emphasis will be placed on hyphenation of chromatographs and detection systems, sample introduction, miniaturisation, automation, microfabricated analytical devices and on the design of hyphenated on-line and at-line chromatographic process analysers.
The scientific programme will comprise both oral and poster presentations.
Papers are invited in the above and related areas.
Topics considered for abstract classification
||12.Infrared and Raman
|2. Speciation analysis
|3. Multidimensional techniques
|4. Sample introduction techniques
|5. Sample preparation techniques
|6. Atomic Spectroscopy
|7. Capillary Electrophoresis
||19.Supercritical / Subcritical Fluid Separations
||G. Industrial Hygiene
||I. On-line proces hyphenated techniques
|D. Food Analysis/ Agriculture
||J. Polymers & Plastics
|F. Petrochemical Applications
Abstracts will be considered by a panel of referees for inclusion in the
programme. Authors will be informed whether or not their abstract has been
Please note that an accepted paper will only be included in the final programme
if the author has formally registered and paid the fee. Abstracts of all
papers will be available to registered participants. The abstract book will
have an ISBN number and can thus be cited as an official publication.
ExTech® is a symposium series highlighting new extraction technologies for chemical and biochemical analysis in laboratory and on-site settings. The general focus is on sample preparation including methods for rapid and selective enrichment prior to analysis and micro-sample preparation. Major emphasis will be placed on the fundamental understanding of extraction processes that result in greater selectivity and efficiency in method development and a rationalisation of method selection for specific applications. On-site environmental methods and biomedical applications will be covered. The 2008 edition will focus especially on passive sampling methods, use of molecular imprinted polymers, biologically modified sorbents, novel coatings and sorbent materials.