10th International IGC Symposium on 15 June 2021
The Art of Molecular Surface Sensing by Inverse Gas Chromatography
The 10th IGC symposium focuses on effective and valuable surface characterization of powders, fibers and plates based on the dynamic adsorption of up to 20 different gas probes, also known as Inverse Gas Chromatography (IGC).
Key objective of the symposium is the exchange of practical experiences and ideas of users. This covers many applications, but also underlying theoretical aspects and the ongoing round-robin results of more than 12 organizations.
The Art of Molecular Surface Sensing by Invers Gas Chromatography was chosen as this year’s caption to highlight the more subtle aspects of IGC, especially the use of different concentrations ranging from ideal single probe molecule adsorption to full surface coverage and adsorption isotherms.
The presentations will cover
- Many practical applications of surface characterizations by IGC
- Some theoretical aspects of IGC
- Experiences of the round-robin tests
- Q&A sessions
This year the IGC Symposium will be online again. We decided to offer it free to all participants. Join the symposium from anywhere in the world.
Inverse Gas Chromatography applied in the analysis of heterogeneous catalysts used in the synthesis of fine chemicals
Jan Schütz, Senior Scientist, DSM Nutritional Products, Switzerland
Coating of complex surfaces by metall organic chemical vapour deposition and characterization by IGC
Ralf Dümpelmann, Inolytix, Switzerland and Ronny Fritsche Wicoatec, Germany
Study of the Permeability of Low Molecular Weight Alcohols in Hydroxylpropyl Xylan Films Using Inverse Gas Chromatography
Philip YK Choi, Professor, University of Alberta, Canada
Surface properties of cementitious materials characterized by inverse gas chromatography
Franco Zunino, Researcher, EPFL, Switzerland
Surface Interaction Parameters via IGC – A Next Generation Concept
Steven Abbott, Ipswich, UK
Infinite dilution and finite concentration in IGC and how are these extremes connected!
Eric Brendle, Adscientis
Who should attend
The program is compact and ideally suited for industry representatives from R&D, product development and analytical departments as well as researchers from academia interested in real use of IGC.
A brief introduction into IGC as an analytical technique will be given before.
For any questions please contact us:
Dr. Ralf Duempelmann or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Eric Brendle email@example.com