Electrochemistry II by Craig E. Lunte, William R. Heineman (auth.), E. Steckhan

By Craig E. Lunte, William R. Heineman (auth.), E. Steckhan (eds.)

Contents/Information: C.E. Lunte, W.R. Heineman, Cincinnati, OH, united states: Electrochemical thoughts in Bioanalysis

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By Craig E. Lunte, William R. Heineman (auth.), E. Steckhan (eds.)

Contents/Information: C.E. Lunte, W.R. Heineman, Cincinnati, OH, united states: Electrochemical thoughts in Bioanalysis

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Moody, G. , Thomas, J. D. R. : Selective Ion Sensitive Electrodes, Watford England: Merrow Publishing Co. Ltd. 1971 7. Koryta, J. : Ion-Selective Electrodes, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1975 8. Bailey, P. L. , London: Heyden 1980 9. Morf, W. E. : The Principles of Ion-Selective Electrodes and of Membrane Transport, New York: Am. Elsevier 1981 10. , Meier, P. C. : Ion-Selective Electrodes in Biology and Medicine, in: Frontiers of Chemistry (Laidler, K. ) New York: Pergamon Press, 1982, p.

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