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Division Analytical Chemistry of GdCh

The division "Analytical Chemistry" sees its main objective in bringing together all scientists and experts interested in any aspects of analytical chemistry in order to promote this field through encouraging the exchange of information and experiences and providing professional ideas in the field of analytical chemistry and its development. An important aim of the division is to ensure that the principles of "analytical thinking and acting" constitute the basis in education and advanced training and in the applications of analytical chemistry in order to receive reliable data, valid results and sound statements.


University of Tübingen

Official page of the Eberhard-Karls-University of Tübingen


Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Tübingen

Official homepage of the Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Tübingen.


German Work Group for Applied Spectroscopy

The DASp (German Work Group for Applied Spectroscopy) is a work group within the Fachgruppe Analytische Chemie (Division of Analytical Chemistry) of the GDCh (Society of German Chemists). Established in 1949 by spectroscopists working in the development and application of methods, the DASp:

  • promotes interdisciplinary cooperation of spectroscopists in all fields of natural science,
  • supports the development of methods in all spectroscopy fields, and
  • has the objective to provide the user with tools for immediate practical use by following - and even participating in - the development, e.g. of new coupling techniques.


Work group for bio- and chemosensors

Work group for bio- and chemosensors of the "Gesellschaft deuscher Chemiker" (GdCh)


Work group chemometrics and data automation

Work group chemometrics and data processing of the "Gesellschaft deutscher Chemiker"


Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry

Editors: S. Daunert; P. Garrigues; G. Gauglitz; K.G. Heumann; K. Jinno; A. Sanz-Medel; S.A. Wise
ISSN: 1618-2642 (print version)
ISSN: 1618-2650 (electronic version)
Journal no. 216
Springer: Berlin, Heidelberg.