Voltammetric Stripping of Trace Arsenic in Flow Cells with Gold Wire as Working Electrode
Douglas E. Mays
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Kinniburgh, Appl. Geochem
In 1996, he retired from the United States Navy after 15+ years of service as a submarine Weapons Officer and later as a Meteorologist-Physical Oceanographer
Physical Oceanography from the Naval Postgraduate School Monterey
Upon retirement, he joined Science Applications…
Polarography of arsenic.
J P Arnold
R M Johnson
His family moved to Phoenix, AZ where in 1979, Mr
Douglas E. Mays was born in Antigo
Mays earned a Bachelor of Science degree in…
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