After the splitting of the institute of inorganic and analytical chemistry,
(venia, more data)
was elected as head of the institute
of analytical chemistry.
His research fields were the use of arsonic and arsinic acids for the separation of metal ions
and the properties of alpha-aminocarboxylic acids in the precipitation of metal ions. Besides
this, he investigated the contents of Styrian swamps.
In this era, the follwing chemists got their venia legendi:
(born 1948 in Graz) got his doctoral in 1974 as student of Nachbaur.
In 1988 he obtained the venia in environmental analytical chemistry.
His research fields are mainly environmental analyses.
(born 1955 in Gleisdorf), later
chairman of the institute, got his doctoral degree (sub auspiciis praesidentis)
In 1988 he obtained the venia in inorganic analytical chemistry .