The Scope of Analytical Chemistry.

Authors:
Jonathan V Sweedler
Jonathan V Sweedler
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
United States
Daniel W Armstrong
Daniel W Armstrong
University of Texas at Arlington
United States
Yoshinobu Baba
Yoshinobu Baba
Institute of Innovation for Future Society
Gert Desmet
Gert Desmet
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Belgium
Norman Dovichi
Norman Dovichi
University of Notre Dame
Andrew Ewing
Andrew Ewing
University of Gothenburg
Catherine C Fenselau
Catherine C Fenselau
University of Maryland
United States
Robert T Kennedy
Robert T Kennedy
University of Michigan
United States

Anal Chem 2015 Jul 18;87(13):6425. Epub 2015 Jun 18.

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