Education by Teaching Analytical Chemistry in Romania

Baiulescu, George-Emil; Stoica, Anca-Iulia
July 2003
Microchimica Acta;Jul2003, Vol. 142 Issue 3, p187
Academic Journal
A review is given on the history of the development of analytical chemistry in Romania, its present role in University teaching, and on measures that are planned in order to improve teaching and education.


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