Salzer is Full Professor of Analytic Chemistry at the TU Dresden, the largest university in Dresden, Germany. Salzer received his degree in Chemistry from Leipzig in 1961, and his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia in 1971.
Salzer’s focus is on analytic chemistry, a subfield of chemistry concerned with the fundamental interactions of matter. An example of analytic chemistry is using a process like mass spectrometry to measure charged particles. This has been the focus of Salzer’s work—analyzing ion channels and other aspects of material using techniques like spectrometry. Salzer’s work also involves molecular analysis to assist in the early detection of diseases.
In 2015, Salzer received the Tribute of the Division Analytical Chemistry of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences.
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Reiner Salzer is a German chemist and university teacher of Analytical Chemistry at the TU Dresden. Salzer studied chemistry from 1962 in Leipzig with a diploma in 1967. After his doctorate with Gerhard Geiseler 1971 on the intensity of infrared spectral bands he was a post-doc at the University of Ljubljana with Dušan Hadži . Salzer habilitated in 1979 in Leipzig . In 1990 he was appointed Full Professor of Analytical Chemistry at TU Dresden and Head of the Institute of Analytical Chemistry from 1991 – 2007.
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