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Studies on nickel and cobalt in mineral springs; I, Nickel content of acid vitriol springs in Japan; II, Nickel and cobalt contents of Tentoku mineral spring, Saga prefecture; III, Nickel content of some mineral springs and their deposits



Studies on nickel and cobalt in mineral springs; I, Nickel content of acid vitriol springs in Japan; II, Nickel and cobalt contents of Tentoku mineral spring, Saga prefecture; III, Nickel content of some mineral springs and their deposits



Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan 18(5, 10): 201-210, 365-368




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