CHROMATOGRAPHY-A CENTURY OF DISCOVERY 1900-2000.THE BRIDGE TO THE SCIENCES/TECHNOLOGYJOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY LIBRARY VOLUME 64 (JCL)By
- UNKNOWN AUTHOR
Hardbound, 740 Pages
Published: December 2001
There is probably no better way to introduce a prospective analytical chemist to the universe of chromatography than downloading the available chapters on the chemweb site (
) followed by the expanded printed volume. http://preprint.chemweb.com http://preprint.chemweb.com
William Horwitz, AOAC International, July/Aug 2003
Overall this is a useful and valuable book that should be read by specialists and students in chromatography. It brings together many of the important historical events and papers.
Dr Robert Stevenson, American Laboratory (34), Nov 2002
In all, the book is a carefully crafted volume that melds people, history, science, and the future. It is an ideal source book for those wishing to integrate the history and chemistry of the last 100 years of separation science, and it places steep escarpments and placteaus in proper prospective.
Dr Raymond E. Dessy, Bulletin for the History of Chemistry, Volume 28, no. 2, 2003