alexa Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies

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Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies

 The federation of analytical chemistry & spectroscopy analysis (FACSS) was based as a federation of member organization for the exchange of concepts at the forefront of analytical sciences. The main objective of FACSS is to produce a world forum during which representatives of educational, industrial & government establishment from numerous scientific disciplines will participate and co-operate in an attempt to confront the challenges of advanced analytical issues and share their data. The Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy analysis Societies (FACSS) is a non-profit organization which is tax-exempt under section 501(c) (3) of the US authority tax code. The discipline of analysis by chemical and physical means that is quickly turning into a predominant factor in all aspects of society, such as health care, environmental pollution, industrial productivity, and crime.  The analytical community should address itself to those problems; the institution of a national forum could be a concrete step toward the solution.  Over the last 40yrs FACSS has evolved however has maintained five critical objectives to appreciate the federation goal that are: education & coaching, advance data, advance technology, social & skilled peer networking, promote or change interest of its member organization. The society for applied spectroscopy is a non-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge associated with spectroscopic analysis. The main target of this Society is to advance and circulate data and knowledge regarding the art and science of spectroscopic analysis and alternatively allied sciences. In 1958 the New York Society for the Applied Spectroscopic analysis, given its journal. In 1966 the society became an affiliate member of the American institute of physics. In 1974 the Society began holding its Annual National Meeting in conjunction with the Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies (FACSS).

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