Impact of Eurachem 25 years of activity
The aim of Eurachem was to provide a focus for analytical chemistry and quality-related issues in Europe. The main objectives are establishing a system for the international traceability of chemical measurement results and the promotion of good quality practices.
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We wish to thank all those who in many different ways have contributed to the development of the Eurachem network, for their time and efforts and for sharing both their knowledge and their doubts with a wider community, thus making it possible for it to progress.
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