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Miniaturization in Sample Preparation

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Miniaturization in Sample Preparation
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open
ISBN-13: 9783110410181
Number of pages: 463

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This book aims to provide an overview of the challenges and achievements int he application of the miniaturized sample preparation methods in analytical laboratories. It includes both theoretical and practical aspects of miniaturized sample preparation approaches and hence should be of interest to researchers, students and teachers of analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, environmental sciences and environmental engineering.

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