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Celebrating Excellence in Research: 100 Women of Chemistry

08 November 2018

Margaryta Ianovska, Patty Mulder and Prof. Sabeth Verpoorte made it into the Celebrating Excellence in Research: 100 Women of Chemistry themed collection of the Royal Society of Chemistry with their paper Development of small-volume, microfluidic chaotic mixers for future application in two-dimensional liquid chromatography .

In this paper they report a microfluidic chaotic mixer that can rapidly modify the mobile-phase interface of a two-dimensional liquid chromatography system, making such a system more suitable for analysis of complex samples. You can directly access the paper here .

About the collection

Celebrating Excellence in Research: 100 Women of Chemistry is a collection of high quality papers selected from the RSC Publishing portfolio. All papers included have previously been judged to be of outstanding quality by the reviewers, editors, or readers.

Last modified:13 November 2018 4.40 p.m.

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