By Leslie S. Ettre, Albert Zlatkis
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In a way she is right. I fully agree with honouring Tswett for opening the field of chromatography, but as far as the gadgeteer's fun is concerned, I feel more particularly thankful to Martin and James, further to my many friends and fellow-hobbyists all over the world, and last but not least to my co-workers, whose names have appeared in my various pub1ications. REFERENCES 1 H. Boer, Proc. 4th World Petroleum Congress, Section V/A, Paper 1. 2 H. Boer, J . I n s t . Petrol. 46 (1960) 234. 3 H. M.
The next day the Philips stand provided the answer: there stood my pet-prep GC, thoroughly acknowledged on an accompanying, king-size wall board. It was a nice surprise, it was a fair sight, but. . ' My poor friend Ron Evans - at that time manager of Philips Chromatography - was terribly embarrassed and swore that this was mere coincidence ... However it may be, his apologies on behalf of Philips were accepted and the incident was closed. Unfortunately - for in my opinion this was certainly the most versatile and sophisticated prep GC commercially available at that time - the terms of the soon following merger betwecn Philips and Pye left no room for this instrument to be marketed.
Cremer is the author of a large number of papers on various physico-chemical questions and chromatography. In 1959, she translated Keulemans' book on Gas Chromatography into German, adding to it a supplement on gas-adsorption chromatography. She received an honorary doctorate from the Technical University Berlin and is a corresponding member of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Dr. S. Tswett Chromatography Medal. In 1978, the President of the Austrian Republic awarded her the first class cross of the Austrian Order for Science and Art.
75 Years of Chromatography by Leslie S. Ettre, Albert Zlatkis