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L. J. Cline Love (center) received her PhD at the University of Illinois in 1969 and in 1972 joined the faculty at Seton Hall University where she is currently professor of chemistry. Her research interests include luminescence spectroscopy and chromatography of biologically interesting molecules perturbed by organized media.
ly assistant professor of chemistry. His research interests are in fundamental liquid chromatography, analytical applications of micelles, and old Bordeaux wines.
John G. Dorsey (left) received his PhD from the University of Cincinnati in 1979. He then joined the University of Florida where he is present-
Joseph G. Habarta (right) received his PhD in 1982 from Seton Hall University where he was instrumental in introducing the use of micelles in analytical spectroscopy research in 1975. He is currently group leader in analytical chemistry at Ethicon, Inc. in Somerville, N.J.
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