Where to find Markes this Autumn
Wednesday, 16 September 2015 at 3:40:PM
Markes International has announced that it will be present at several conferences and exhibitions through the Autumn.
ICCE 2015 International Conference on Chemistry & Environment (20–25 Sept) – Leipzig, Germany
Markes will be exhibiting and presenting three posters:
Passive monitoring – A guide to sorbent tube
sampling for EPA Method 325.
- Passive sampling and GC×GC–TOF MS with soft
electron ionisation for enhanced screening of environmental pollutants in
- Fast GC–TOF MS with soft electron ionisation for
high-throughput screening of environmental contaminants.
Science Research Conference (20–23 September) – Naples, Florida USA
Markes will be presenting the following poster:
Chemical fingerprinting of tobacco and related
products by TD–GC–TOF MS.
Technical Conference (5–7 October) – Orlando, Florida, USA
Markes’ experts will be exhibiting at Booth #509, and will
also be giving two presentations:
Sampling, Measurement and Analysis of VOCs &
SVOCs; What Are the Best Tools for the Job? (Monday 5 October at 16:30:
Environment, Health & Safety Session).
- Vehicle Interior Air Quality – (S)VOC Emission
from Materials: Regulation, Standard Methods and Analytical Implementation
(Tuesday 6 October at 14:05: Automotive Session).
Odours from Materials (8–9 October) – Brussels, Belgium
Markes will be attending this conference, and also giving
one oral presentation:
- Chemical fingerprinting of tobacco and related
products by TD–GC–TOF MS (Friday 9 October at 11:30: Session 4).
Advances in Gas
Chromatography V (14 October) – Cheshire, UK
Markes’ experts will be returning to this conference with an
exhibition booth and a talk:
- Breast implants as bio-banks for the future: GC×GC–TOF
MS of complex matrices (Wednesday 14 October at 14:15).
IFRA (15 October)
– London, UK
The International Fragrance Association is hosting a conference
at The Royal Society in London, at which Markes will be exhibiting.
Conference (20–21 October) – Houston, Texas,
Markes is exhibiting again this year (Booth #120). New at
this exhibition will be Markes’ package of equipment enabling oil refineries to
comply with US EPA Method 325 for the monitoring of benzene and other VOCs in
air at refinery fencelines. This will be the subject of one of three poster
- Passive monitoring – A guide to sorbent tube
sampling for EPA Method 325 (#93).
Complete characterization of diesel exhaust
emissions by GC×GC–TOF MS with soft electron ionisation (#122).
- Chemical fingerprinting of crude oils: Gaining
an extra dimension of data from GC×GC–TOF MS (#107).
Markes’ experts will also be giving four talks at the
Sampling and analysis of trace organic compounds
- Confident identification of trace additives in
gasoline by GC–TOF MS (#105).
Chemical fingerprinting of petrochemicals:
Gaining an extra dimension of data from GC×GC–TOF MS (#108).
- Compliance with EPA Method 325: Fenceline air
monitoring solution for benzene and other VOCs (#113).
October) – Southampton, UK
Markes will be exhibiting at EFASIG – The Young Scientists
and Researchers Environmental & Food Analysis Special Interest Group.
If you’d like a poster reprint from any of the these events, please