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Trends in Analytical Chemistry


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The articles in TrAC are concise overviews of new developments in analytical chemistry, and are aimed at helping analytical chemists and other users of analytical techniques explore and orient themselves in fields outside of their particular specialization(s). The reviews form an excellent introduction to topics of interest in numerous fields including: biochemistry, biotechnology, clinical chemistry, environmental monitoring, instrumentation, forensic science, laboratory automation, materials science, pharmaceutical chemistry and surface science.

Issues contain: news, meeting reports; a computer corner presenting useful tips for getting the most out of a lab computer; short, critical invited review articles aimed at an interdisciplinary readership; book and software reviews; and meeting announcements. The Personal Edition is intended for private use by individual subscribers and is priced accordingly. The hardcover Reference Edition is not included. Subscriptions should be prepaid or ordered through a subscription agent. This Personal Edition will not be made available to libraries or documentation centres. The Library Edition is intended for library use and includes the hardcover Reference Edition.

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