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Default Nanoparticle-AssistedNMR Detection of Organic Anions:From Chemosensing to Chromatography

Nanoparticle-AssistedNMR Detection of Organic Anions:From Chemosensing to Chromatography

Marie-Virginie Salvia, Federico Ramadori, Sara Springhetti, Marta Diez-Castellnou, Barbara Perrone, Federico Rastrelli and Fabrizio Mancin



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