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The use of rapid, specific immunoassay-based field test for assessing soil contamination by petroleum fuels


, : The use of rapid, specific immunoassay-based field test for assessing soil contamination by petroleum fuels. Hydrocarbon contaminated soils and groundwater, volume 4: analysis, fate, environmental and ic health effects, and remediation: 181-186

After considering immunoassay technology and its application in the field, it is concluded that a field analytical method based on immunoassay technology possesses the characteristics necessary to provide valid on-site data for petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated site assessment, remediation monitoring, and clean-up verification.

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