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Analysis of Pesticide-residues By High-resolution Gas-chromatography .1. Comparison Between Packed and Capillary Columns in Pesticide-residue Determinations - Practical Considerations for Routine Use of Capillary Gas-chromatography

Bibliographic reference Zenonroland, L. ; Agneessens, R. ; Nangniot, P. ; Jacobs, H.. Analysis of Pesticide-residues By High-resolution Gas-chromatography .1. Comparison Between Packed and Capillary Columns in Pesticide-residue Determinations - Practical Considerations for Routine Use of Capillary Gas-chromatography. In: HRC and C C - Journal of High Resolution Chromatography & Chromatography Communications, Vol. 7, no. 8, p. 480-484 (1984)
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