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Application of an HPLC Instrument with Three Channels of Optical Detection to the Study of the Adsorption of Humic Substances on Al Oxide Surfaces: A Novel Approach That Boldly Goes Where Conventional Batch Adsorption and Continuous-Flow Column Methods Cannot Go!
62nd SERMACS/66th SWRM of the American Chemical Society (2010)
  • David I. Kreller, Georgia Southern University
Disciplines
Publication Date
December, 2010
Citation Information
David I. Kreller. "Application of an HPLC Instrument with Three Channels of Optical Detection to the Study of the Adsorption of Humic Substances on Al Oxide Surfaces: A Novel Approach That Boldly Goes Where Conventional Batch Adsorption and Continuous-Flow Column Methods Cannot Go!" 62nd SERMACS/66th SWRM of the American Chemical Society (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_kreller/6/