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Ionophoretic and Chromatographic Analysis of Single Dust Particles

Naturevolume 180pages14721473 (1957) | Download Citation



IT may sometimes be an advantage to analyse chemically single dust particles occurring with many others of different composition. Minor constituent particles would then be revealed undiluted by the others, and individual variations not obscured. For similar reasons such an analysis might also find other applications in chemical and biological fields.

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  1. Turner Lighter Spares and Components, Ltd., Burroughs House, Hendon Central, London, N.W.4.

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