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The conversion of phenylmercuric salts to diphenylmercury and phenylmercuric chloride upon gas chromatographic injection



The conversion of phenylmercuric salts to diphenylmercury and phenylmercuric chloride upon gas chromatographic injection



Journal of Chromatographic Science 10(7): 468-472




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PMID: 4667396

DOI: 10.1093/chromsci/10.7.468


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