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Analytical Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Michigan has a rich tradition of excellence in the field of Analytical Chemistry. Hobart H. Willard made this department his home from 1903 to 1951, and ushered in the era of instrumental analysis in modern analytical chemistry. Philip J. Elving, a renowned electroanalytical chemist, maintained Michigan’s stature in the field during the period of 1952–1984, with pioneering research and influential editorial work. Thanks to the solid foundation that Willard and Elving provided, the graduate analytical chemistry program at Michigan continues to flourish in the 21st century. 

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