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Sediment cores from central Lake Constance were dated with210Pb and137Cs. A sedimentation rate of (0.11±0.02) g·cm−2·y−1 was determined with the210Pb method.137Cs measurements revealed sedimentation rates of (0.11±0.01) g·cm−2·y−1 and (0.08±0.01) g·cm−2·y−1 respectively for two different cores sampled at the same location. The lower Cs-dated value indicates(More)
  • F Wegmüller
  • 1994
The results of this work demonstrate that the quality of frying fats can be quantitatively tested with sufficient accuracy by dielectric measurements. Independently of the type of the frying fat and the fried food all converted food-oil-sensor data agreed within 2-sigma-error intervals with the polar amounts obtained by an improved version of the commonly(More)
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