analytical chemistry

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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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In response, researchers and practitioners in urban planning, political science, and economics, from across western Europe explore some dimensions of the Union's action in the spatial field, and investigate the emergence of space as a category of Union policy They resist proposing a comprehensive and organic analysis.
Arthur Lafleur, Assistant Director of MIT's Environmental Health Science Center, provided information that refutes the most often cited argument against the LR life detection experiment -- the lack of organic matter, the stuff of life, on Mars, as reported by the Viking organic analysis gas chromatograph mass-spectrometer (GCMS).
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Stanley Rose, Director of Business Development for Perkin-Elmer's Organic Analysis business.
Leeman Lab's inductively coupled plasma laboratory spectrometers are used by environmental and quality control laboratories to detect low levels of inorganic contaminants in water and other environmental samples, and complement Teledyne Tekmar's organic analysis instrumentation.
Adams was manager of Triangle Laboratories' Organic Analysis Division where he was instrumental in preparing Triangle Laboratories to operate in the US EPA's Contract Laboratory Program (CLP).

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