Article | 03. 2017 Vol. 22, Issue. 2
특성이 다른 GC 컬럼이 long chain alkyl diols (LCDs)의 정량 분석에 미치는 영향

2017.03. 45:55


Keyword: Long-chain diols.  Long chain diol index.  Paleo sea surface temperature.  East Sea of Korea.  Western Arctic Ocean.  

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