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The certified reference materials CRM 142 R light sandy soil, CRM 143 R sewage sludge amended soil, and CRM 145 R sewage sludge for quality control in monitoring environmental and soil pollution


, : The certified reference materials CRM 142 R light sandy soil, CRM 143 R sewage sludge amended soil, and CRM 145 R sewage sludge for quality control in monitoring environmental and soil pollution. Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry 352(1/2): 197-202

The determination of heavy metals in soils and sludges provides an indication of their level of contamination and therefore the reliability of such determinations is of utmost importance.

Accession: 002980083

DOI: 10.1007/bf00322326

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