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Chromatography is Alive and Well
ExcerptIt is my great pleasure to serve as the first editor-in-chief for Chromatography, and welcome you all to the readership. This journal will enable us to communicate our findings in “open access” while maintaining the very high scientific requirements of the few other journals that are focused on the type of science that we all find so very interesting. It is safe to say that chromatographic separations are the single most heavily used techniques in the larger field of analytical chemistry, whether applied or fundamental. Without chromatography, we would struggle to answer many of the pressing scientific questions of our time, and without improvements and advancements we will still struggle to probe more deeply into the challenges of the future. Whether it is for better understanding and characterization of starting materials and products, qualitative determination of unknowns in important matrices, quantification of the materials that impact our lives, or the discovery of the emerging compounds of the future, chromatography is the science that ties our various research fields together. [...]
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Dorman, F.L. Chromatography is Alive and Well. Chromatography 2014, 1, 54.View more citation formats
Dorman FL. Chromatography is Alive and Well. Chromatography. 2014; 1(1):54.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dorman, Frank L. 2014. "Chromatography is Alive and Well." Chromatography 1, no. 1: 54.
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