Microchemical Training for Young People Planning a Career in Chemistry

  • J. A. Kuck
Part of the Mikrochemie Vereinigt mit Mikrochimica Acta book series (MIMIAC)


One can get a good picture of how far microchemistry has progressed in our own time if he examines the curriculum of what is being taught today in our field. Indeed, this first International Microchemical Congress with its wealth of fascinating papers and its rich background of historical tradition as laid down by two great teachers, Emich and Pregl, would seem incomplete if some consideration were not paid at this meeting to the modern problem of microchemical education. It seems fitting that we dedicate a brief span of time to the consideration of the welfare of those who are going to come after us.


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© Springer-Verlag Wien 1951

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. A. Kuck
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  1. 1.Stamford Research LaboratoriesCity College of New York, and American Cyanamid CompanyStamfordUSA

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