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Title 28th Rocky Mountain Conference (1986)
Type of Resource text
Date Created 03/13/2009
Digital Origin reformatted digital
Rights Statement The abstracts are copyright of the respective authors.
Keyword (topic) analytical chemistry
Publisher Rocky Mountain Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy and the Rocky Mountain Chromatography Discussion Group.
Place of publication Denver, Colorado
Language English
Summary Program and Abstracts
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codu:19657
Notes We are pleased to present the 28th Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry at the Radisson Hotel Denver. Our hope is that with the scientific program, exhibition and social activities at one location, the conference will better promote and encourage the discussion and exchange of scientific information and ideas among all conferees. Our graditude (sic) extends to the authors of over 280 papers to be presented at the conference and to the exhibitors who support us with one of the largest summer-time exhibitions. These people and companies provide the quality which makes us proud to undertake these annual meetings. For our out-of-state conferees, we welcome you to Denver and Colorado and hope that during your stay you will take time to enjoy some of the many recreational activities that are available in the area. On behalf of the organizing committee of the conference, the Rocky Mountain Chromatography Discussion Group and the Rocky Mountain Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy. I welcome you to the 28th Rocky Mountain Conference.
 
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