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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


Fresenius' Journal of Analytical Chemistry 352(1/2): 197-202
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 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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