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    The Scope of Analytical Chemistry.
    Anal Chem 2015 Jul 18;87(13):6425. Epub 2015 Jun 18.

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    Significant steps in the evolution of analytical chemistry--is the today's analytical chemistry only chemistry?
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    Department of Chemistry, University of Ioannina, Dourouti, 45100 Ioannina, Greece.
    In this review the history of chemistry and specifically the history and the significant steps of the evolution of analytical chemistry are presented. In chronological time spans, covering the ancient world, the middle ages, the period of the 19th century, and the three evolutional periods, from the verge of the 19th century to contemporary times, it is given information for the progress of chemistry and analytical chemistry. During this period, analytical chemistry moved gradually from its pure empirical nature to more rational scientific activities, transforming itself to an autonomous branch of chemistry and a separate discipline. Read More
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