Kaštelan-Macan, Marija; Klaić, Branimir
Analytical chemistry in Croatia.
Croatica Chemica Acta, 73
Analytical chemistry started to develop in Croatia as an independent scientific discipline at the Royal Agricultural and Forestry College in Krizevci (1860). Lectures in analytical chemistry began at the University of Zagreb in the school year 1875/76 within the University Institute of Chemistry. Today, analytical chemistry is taught as an independent course at eleven university faculties, in Zagreb, Split, Osijek and Rijeka. This paper presents a comparison of the compulsory contents of basic curricula in analytical chemistry in Croatia with the WPAC Eurocurriculum.
Scientometric analysis of the Croatian scientific output covered by the Analytical Abstracts shows that during the 1980-1996 period Croatian analytical chemistry scientists published 442 papers, 89.6% of which were also indexed in SCI. Croatian analytical chemists most frequently deal with spectroscopic, chromatographic and electroanalytical methods. Distribution of the scientific analytical publications with respect to the number of authors, analytical method used and the number of total and independent citations is graphically presented.
||analytical chemistry in Croatia; historical review; education; scientometric analysis
||NATURAL SCIENCES > Chemistry
||Division of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
|Project title||Project leader||Project code||Project type|
|Genetika i dinamika bioaktivnih molekula||Volker Magnus||00981010||MZOS|
|Organske tvari u vodama i novi postupci njihova uklanjanja||Branko Kunst||125006||MZOS|
||22 Nov 2013 13:09
||28 Feb 2014 10:45
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