Unlocking Forensic Mysteries: Advanced HPTLC Techniques for Explosives and Chemical Warfare

This comprehensive seminar explores the use of High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) in forensic science. Participants will gain in-depth insights into cutting-edge techniques for the analysis and identification of explosives, chemical warfare agents, drugs of abuse, and cannabis. Through practical examples and case studies, the seminar will demonstrate how HPTLC is employed for precise control and limit testing. This seminar is designed for forensic analysis professionals looking to enhance their expertise and improve the effectiveness of their investigations.

Key learning objectives

  • Find out how HPTLC is important in forensics.
  • Learn how HPTLC methods were developed for chemical warfare and explosives.
  • Discover pragmatic approaches using HPTLC

Who should attend?

This webinar would be beneficial for professionals and researchers working in forensic science, including forensic analysts, laboratory technicians, law enforcement personnel, forensic scientists, chemists, and anyone involved in the analysis of forensic evidence. Additionally, individuals interested in the application of chromatography techniques in forensic investigations would find this webinar valuable.

Certificate of attendance

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary, for continuing education purposes.


Dr. Tiên Do
Dr. Tiên Do
Chief Scientific Officer, CAMAG
Raphael Vizzini
Raphael Vizzini
Area Sales Director EMEA & CIS, CAMAG


Carrie Haslam
Carrie Haslam
Associate Editor, SelectScience