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Women in Analytical Chemistry

Erika Cremer – A German physical chemist who developed the theory and instrumentation for the first gas chromatograph
Kathleen Lonsdale – A pioneer in X-ray crystallography who helped uncover the structure of benzene
Stephanie Kwolek – Polymer chemist and long-time DuPont employee who is famous for inventing Kevlar
Dorothy Mary Hodgkin – Instrumental in the development of X-ray chrystallography to determine the structure of biomolecules
Yvette Cauchois – Pioneer in a number of X-ray spectroscopy techniques and the development of synchrotron research
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