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Analysenverfahren zur Erfassung von Schadstoffkonzentrationen in der Umwelt

  • F. Korte
  • I. Gebefügi
  • K. Oxynos
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Zusammenfassung

Im Rahmen des Pilot-Umweltprobenbank-Projekts hat das Institut für Ökologische Chemie der Gesellschaft für Strahlen- und Umweltforschung den Projekt-Teil „Analytik persistenter, organischer Umweltchemikalien“ übernommen.

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  • F. Korte
  • I. Gebefügi
  • K. Oxynos

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