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Isotope Techniques

  • Helmut K. Mangold

Abstract

The specific advantage of applying radioisotopes in chemical research is well known: it is the high sensitivity in detecting radioactive elements which is not affected by their chemical binding.

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Acetic Anhydride Radioactive Substance Isotope Technique Glyceryl Ether Displacement Chromatography 
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