Topics - Adlard,E. R.
E. R. Adlard was another early pioneer in gas chromatography and published his work on polyethylene glycols as a stationary phase in the first International Symposium on Vapor Phase Chromatography held in London in 1956. He studied at Liverpool University graduating in Organic Chemistry. He joined Shell Thornton in 1952 and specialized in applying gas chromatography to hydrocarbon chemistry. He was one of the founding members of the Chromatography Discussion Group where he held various executive positions on the organizing committee including Chairman (1971-1973). His work ranged from gas chromatography instrument development to the thermodynamics of distribution systems.