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제120회 대한화학회 학술발표회, 총회 및 기기전시회 안내 The Role and Responsibility of the Analytical Chemists in Industry: The Paradigm Shift

2017년 9월 6일 15시 53분 15초
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Analytical Chemistry - [Analytical Chemistry Division - JASIS (Japan) Joint Symposium] Elemental Analysis Using Plasma Spectroscopy and Mass Spectrometry
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Sung-Chan Jo
Display Research Center, Samsung Display Co., Ltd., Korea
Long had it been such that analytical data were just attached as a simple addendum in a report in most industry. The situation was much worse when it comes to a market where micro-to-nanometer scale electronic devices were the major products. In such a company, electron microscopic data were always in the front line of the technical debates and chemical analyses were included better than nothing.
Often times, novel analytical methodologies were believed to come automatically with new instruments and the chemists in the field would choose to switch to R&D positions discarding analytical roles in a firm. That was because the opinion leaders regarded analysis-related issues as not serious nor important in the engineering practices even when they are with chemical businesses. In these types of industry, the researchers and engineers did not rely on analytical reports but simply use them as the back-up information for their own ‘proposed mechanisms’. They would even request multiple analyses for the same sample until the very moment when they get what they exactly want. Under such circumstances, analytical chemists would never get any credit for their work in any way. Followers could survive in this fashion whatever the number is; first, second, third......
However, there has been a spectacular change in the field and companies started to stand off in the front lines in the world. Consultants from developed countries became not so helpful as before since Korean firms now started to take a new materials and processes. In this situation, wide and long experience is not so important as creative conclusion out of profound understanding in the relevant topics.
Nowadays, huge investment has been made in industry to strengthen the analytical capability and the word ‘analysis’ turned up very popular. The management call for definite clues from analytical chemists, which require the very core extract out of perplexing data. Therefore, analytical chemists confront a new hardship to get credit. In this presentation, questions are raised as to how and what analytical reports are written not to be treated as addenda, to which a very practical answers are provided. Some of the real world examples are also included to help the audience to understand the detailed situations and how-to.