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  • Published 1970 in Analytical chemistry

Abstract

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DOI: 10.1021/ac60285a765

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@article{1970Nuclearchicago, title={Nuclear-chicago.}, author={}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={1970}, volume={42 3}, pages={64A} }