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Zechmeister’s Influence on the Development of Chromatography

  • Michaela WirthEmail author
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Abstract

Nowadays, chromatographic analysis is employed in practically every laboratory. It has developed to a technique that provides detailed information about a substance in quite a small amount of time. Leslie S. Ettre mentions that “[a]ll of us who are active in this field should therefore appreciate the genius of the pioneers of this technique.”

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  1. 1.PaschingAustria

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