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The use of metallochromic ligands in the determination of metals by capillary electrophoresis: the determination of barium and strontium after on-capillary complexation with sulfonazo III.

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  • Chemical Sciences
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Instrumental Methods (Excl. Immunological And Bioassay Methods)
  • Political Science


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