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Computer-controlled fluid-flow chemical analysis (CC-FCA) and its application to environmental analytical chemistry

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_2230092051

Computer-controlled fluid-flow chemical analysis (CC-FCA) and its application to environmental analytical chemistry

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Computer-controlled fluid-flow chemical analysis (CC-FCA) and its application to environmental analytical chemistry

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Computer-controlled fluid-flow chemical analysis (CC-FCA) and its application to environmental analytical chemistry

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Berlin: De Gruyter

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Pure and applied chemistry, 2012, Vol.84 (10), p.1999-2013

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_2230092051

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English

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Berlin: De Gruyter

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Computer-controlled fluid-flow chemical analysis (CC-FCA) was investigated for the determination of trace amounts of toxic pollutants in the environment. For CC-FCA, automated chemical analysis systems were developed by using computer-controllable pumping and valve modules, and polytetrafluorethylene (PTFE) tubing and connectors. The systems demons...

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Computer-controlled fluid-flow chemical analysis (CC-FCA) and its application to environmental analytical chemistry

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_2230092051

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0033-4545

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1365-3075

DOI

10.1351/PAC-CON-12-02-09

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