POLAC, a problem oriented language for analytical chemistry

@article{Cembrowrki1976POLACAP,
  title={POLAC, a problem oriented language for analytical chemistry},
  author={George S. Cembrowrki and David B. Cottrell and E. C. Toren},
  journal={Computers & Chemistry},
  year={1976},
  volume={1},
  pages={45-54}
}
POLAC, Problem Oriented Language for Analytical Chemistry, is a special purpose, user-oriented language specifically designed to control automated equipment for routine and research-oriented analytical determinations. POLAC has been designed so that laboratory personnel, totally unfamiliar with computers and their languages, can write meaningful control and data acquisition programs after short familiarization. The POLAC system was originally used for spectrophotometric endpoint and kinetic… CONTINUE READING