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Dr. Ursula Telgheder

Universität Duisburg-Essen, Fakultät für Chemie, Fachgebiet Analytische Chemie

is lecturer for ­Instrumental Analytical Chemistry within the ­Water Science Study course at the University of Duisburg-Essen. She is the head of a group whose main research areas are the development of coupling systems for the application of ion mobility spectrometry in water analysis and physically based techniques for advanced oxidation processes (AOP) for water treatment.

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DIN/ISO Compliant Calibrations

Today Analytical Chemistry is embedded in a strictly regulated environment and it has to be ensured that verifiable and officially authorised methods are used. How can this be achieved in (…)

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    DIN/ISO Compliant Calibrations

    Today Analytical Chemistry is embedded in a strictly regulated environment and it has to be ensured that verifiable and officially authorised methods are used. How can this be achieved in a reproducible and unequivocal way? Here we approach this question with respect to the problem of estab ... more

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    Prof. Dr. Karl Molt

    is Professor for Instrumental Analysis at the University of Duisburg-Essen. His main research areas are chemometrics and the use of Molecular Spectrometry for Process Analysis. He is member of chemometric working groups in the division Analytical Chemistry and the Society for Water Chemistr ... more

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