Motivated by the aim to develop and exchange of ideas in analytical chemistry, The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry, was established in 1952. It aims to foster advancement in information related to analysis, by the means of science, technology and culture in order to contribute towards welfare of human beings.
Analytical Chemistry is a vast field and covers domains of science, engineering, mathematics, medicine, dental and pharmaceutical, agriculture etc. It incorporates people from engineering sector, industrial researchers, governmental and non- governmental researchers and academicians. Till now the total number of members in The Japan Society of Analytical Chemistry has reached an outstanding number of 9000 people. One of the biggest feature of this society is that it brings people from different forte under one common ground, which is hardly found in other societies.
The Headquarter in Tokyo administers various branches of this society located in various parts of Japan. The society claims to put in blood and sweat in their effort and dedication to promote the advancement and dissemination of analytical chemistry through their member’s services and effort of their management society.
Analytical Chemistry is the subject of separation, characterization and methods of obtaining information related to chemical properties. But it is not to be confused with general science since it deals with evaluation and diagnosis and also enables to predict the outcome of analysis intelligently.
Its contribution to the scientific society is great. It deals with chemical products ranging from metal, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, foods, industrial activities, resources dealing with energy, and also grave matters such as industrial issues. It also plays a crucial part in the field of Bio-Technology. Additionally it not only works for the sophistication of the information, but also development of polymeric materials, materials required in diagnosis medical field and quantification of medication.
It won’t be a matter of boasting if we claim that analytical chemistry contains the essence of all natural sciences.Read More»