Science and The Great Beauty
Sitting Down With… Salvatore Fanali, Head of the Capillary Electromigration and Chromatographic Methods Unit at the Institute of Chemical Methodologies, National Research Council (CNR), Monterotondo, Italy.
Salvatore Fanali |
How did you get into capillary chromatography?
Actually, I was a high school chemistry teacher for 13 years before I joined the CNR in 1983. In those early days, I was using paper electrophoresis for chiral separations. I then moved briefly onto capillary isotachophoresis before constructing a very simple capillary electrophoresis (CE) instrument in 1988. I was one of the first to publish separations of chiral drugs using CE – something that is still very memorable for me.
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