Problem solving in the chemical industry
LCGC North America
In the days before electrospray and the rapid growth of mass spectrometry as a premier tool for life sciences thanks to John Fenn's efforts, petroleum, polymers, and environmental interests were the focus and vacuum gas-phase techniques prevailed. Where are practitioners' interests in solving problems today in the chemical industry? What tools do they employ with good success, and which ones do they look forward to - or wish they had?
Balogh, M. (2011). Problem solving in the chemical industry. LCGC North America, 29 (2), 144-154. Retrieved from https://docs.rwu.edu/fcas_fp/849