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analytical chemistry

The branch of chemistry that studies the separation, identification and quantification of the chemical components of natural and artificial materials.

analytical chemistry

Chemistry concerned with the detection of chemical substances (qualitative analysis) or the determination of the amounts of substances (quantitative analysis) in a compound.
See also: chemistry
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The newly designed center is a testament to Inorganic Ventures commitment to supporting the work of analytical chemists.
Editor Ahuja is a consultant to the pharmaceutical industry; he's an analytical chemist based in Calabash, North Carolina and is affiliated with Pace University.
NAMRATA CHOWDHURY, an Analytical Chemist at Campden BRI 01386 842000 has been named as the winner of the Brewing, Food & Beverage Industry Suppliers' Association (BFBi) new 'Up & Coming Analyst Award', which is sponsored by ThermoFisher Scientific.
Anything that's going to enhance or expedite the detection of gunshot residue and provide stronger evidentiary value is a way forward," says analytical chemist Jason Birkett of Liverpool John Moores University in England.
These present a challenge for the analytical chemist attempting recover all the analyte with traditional validated methods such as those found in the USP or AOAC.
His experience as a strategic sales and marketing professional, as well as an analytical chemist, makes him ideally suited to oversee our new food safety product line," said Robert Demorest, president and chief executive officer, Mocon.
The new facility will house Harmony Labs' research and analytical chemist team, as well as be the central location for the manufacturing of pharmaceutical, OTC and cosmetic liquids and semi-solids.
Kozel began her professional career as an analytical chemist and subsequently held positions as customer service supervisor, training and development coordinator and technical sales representative before accelerating into sales management roles.
Upon graduating from the University of Bristol he moved to Leominster to work as an Analytical Chemist for Foster Grant Company.
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Pascente's early career was concentrated in science, having worked as a researcher first for Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx and then as an analytical chemist for Ciba-Geigy Corp.
See pages 13-15 for detailed information about the science-related occupation of analytical chemist.

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