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Spectroscopy Helps To Speed Soil's Rescue Following Oil Spills

News   Aug 13, 2020 | Original story from the American Society of Agronomy

 
Spectroscopy Helps To Speed Soil's Rescue Following Oil Spills

Accessories used to scan a soil sample include a puck, sample, and contact probe. Credit: Nuwan Wijewardan.

 
 
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