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Methodologies for Soil and Sediment Fractionation Studies

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by Philippe Quevauviller
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Methodologies for Soil and Sediment Fractionation Studies by Philippe Quevauviller

This book deals specifically with operationally-defined extraction methods for the determination of "fractions" of elements in soil and sediment matrices.

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Size: 1.0 MB
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Date published:   2007
ISBN: 9781847551412 (DRM-PDF)

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