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Microchemical Journal

Title Abbreviation
Microchem J
Electronic ISSN
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The Microchemical Journal is a peer-reviewed journal covering all aspects and phases of Analytical Chemistry, including sampling, sample pre-treatment, measurement and data analysis. The Microchemical Journal publishes articles which are at the forefront of modern analytical chemistry and cover innovations in the techniques to the finest possible limits. This includes Fundamental Aspects, Instrumentation, Mass Spectrometry, Chromatography and Electrophoresis Separations, Microscale and Nanoscale Systems, Omics (Proteomics and Metabolomics), Sensors and Sensing (Single-molecule sensors, Microfluidic systems, Biosensors), Chemometrics, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Imaging, and original applications concerning environmental, food, forensic, heritage and clinical fields. Electroanalytical and optical sensors, separation methods, spectroscopy, electroanalytical chemistry procedures and all new methods for inorganic, organic, biochemical molecules and micro-organisms detection and quantification are welcome. However, manuscripts must provide significant improvements and novelty compared to the established methods.
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Publisher Name
Elsevier Science Academic Press - US
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