• Collaboration to enhance research in to atmospheric pollution
    Chromatotec welcomes the team from ‘PRAT’ (Atmospheric Reactivity Platform)

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Collaboration to enhance research in to atmospheric pollution

Apr 21 2021

Chromatotec recently welcomed to its laboratories a research team from ‘PRAT’ (Atmospheric Reactivity Platform) after partnering with them on air pollution control and measurement solutions. Managed by the CNRS and University of Orleans, PRAT studies the impact of gaseous and particulate pollutants emitted by human activity (transport, pesticides, heating, industrial activities) on health, climate and the environment. Chromatotec is collaborating with the ICARE-CNRS Laboratory through analytical development of GC-MS techniques for atmospheric measurement of volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds. The two entities will combine their expertise to validate the analytical system performance.

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