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Fast, Accurate, and Reliable Chemical Analysis of Water

Video   Jul 13, 2017

 

Knowing the inorganic anions and cations composition of various types of water can aid in understanding both environmental processes as well as the influence of industrial activities on natural water sources. Just have a look at the video, how easy it can be done with Lumex instruments' equipment and analytical protocols.


 
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