The symposium ranges from the development of the separation technique to the future of analytical chemistry. The presentations in this proceedings volume are grouped into one lecture session and ten discussion sessions: Chemometrics and Computational Chemistry in Separation Science; Diagnosis by Clinical Trace Analysis (Biomedical Analysis, Drug Metabolism); Development of Packing Materials and Capillary Columns; Analytical methods in Biotechnology, Carbohydrate Chemistry, Protein and Peptide Chemistry, Nucleic Acid Chemistry and Lipid Chemistry; Electromigration Methods and Applications; Answering Questions of Pharmaceutical Analysis, Environmental Analysis, Food Analysis and Industrial Analysis; Chemistry of Stationery Phase; Development of Analytical Methods based on Molecular Recognition; Optimization of Separation; and Advances in Instruments.
GC/MS results of inhibition of dioxin formation in incinerator testing, F.W. Karasek; capillary zone electrophoresis for polyimides and polyamides, H.M. McNair and X. Sun; chemometric methods for improvement of fluorescence detection methods in thin-layer and liquid chromatograhy, S.C. Rutan et al; three-dimensional computer simulation of chromatographic and electrophoretic separations, V.L. McGuffin et al; chromatography and capillary electrophoresis for biomedical analysis and clinical diagnosis, E. Jellum; an on-line HPLC-electrospray ionization mass spectrometric method for the study of tamoxifen metabolism, C.K. Lim et al; development of capillary electrophoretic techniques for pharmaceutical applications, M.-L. Riekkola and J.H. Jumppanen; combination of biochromatography and chemometrics - a new research strategy in molecular pharmacology and drug design, R. Kaliszan et al; towards molecularly selective extraction without solvents using molecular recognition, J.N. Valenta and S.G. Weber; automation in capillary gas chromatography, P. Sandra and A. Kot; supercritical fluid chromatography using low aspect ratio packed capillary columns, M.L. Lee et al. (Part Contents).