Using the Internet as an analytical instrument

@inproceedings{Glenn2001UsingTI,
  title={Using the Internet as an analytical instrument},
  author={Kimberly L. Glenn and D. Rodgers and Robert A. Lodder and Cynthia L. Banyon},
  year={2001}
}
Analytical chemists are presented daily with a variety of real-world questions in which the chemical identi¢cation and quanti¢cation of a sample is the simplest part of the problem. In the past decade, the Internet has moved from the realm of computer science to all areas of life. The power of the Internet to augment traditional chemical analysis is beginning to be tapped to move the instrumental analysis course beyond simple chemical identi¢cation and quanti¢cation of ersatz samples to… CONTINUE READING

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