AGAT Science and Technology Talks 2017 (Calgary)

Chemistry Matters personnel presented "Using an Effective Method for Differentiation, Where Does Toluene Come From?"

The AGAT Science and Technology Talks is an annual event that brings together professionals in environmental, energy, industrial and health and safety sectors. The event is an opportunity to learn, discuss and present challenges in the industry.

Dr. Phil Richards presented at AGAT Tech Talks

CMI Personnel presented on the origins of Toulene at the 2017 AGAT Science and Technology talks in Calgary.

This year’s Calgary event took place on January 27, 2017. Chemistry Matters personnel presented the talk “Using an Effective Method for Differentiation, Where Does Toluene Come From: Petrogenic Families and Biogenic Loners?”

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