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Šlampová, A. (Andrea); Kubáň, P. (Pavel); Boček, P. (Petr) (2016)
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: electrolysis, electromembrane extraction, extraction recovery and quantity
Additional considerations on quantitative aspects of electrolysis in EME have been evaluated. The most likely reasons for back-extraction of analytes during EMEs have been examined and efficient approaches for electrolysis elimination have been proposed.

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