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Analytical Chemistry

At the core of science is a deep desire to find out more about our immediate surroundings, and analytical chemists go a long way towards helping us do just that. The presence of just a few atoms can sometimes be detected by super-sensitive spectroscopy machines used to characterize new compounds and analyse the composition of any sample, CSI style.

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Blog posts about analytical chemistry

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Tuesday 9th of July 2019
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Thursday 15th of November 2018
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Friday 6th of February 2015

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