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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2001Recent Developments in the Field of Environmental Reference Materials at the Environment Institute Ispra.MUNTAU Herbert wilhelmContributions to Conferences
2000River Sediment (S-37). A New Analytical Quality Control Material Ensuring Comparability of Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Analysis during an International Environmental Study in China.GAWLIK Bernd; MARTENS D.; HENKELMANN B.; SCHRAMM K.-w.; KETTRUP Antonius; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelmArticles in Journals
1999Soil Behaviour of Atrazine and Photomineralization by Photocatalytic Membranes Immobilizing Titanium Dioxide of Atrazine and Intermediates..GAWLIK Bernd manfred; MORONI Alberto; BELLOBONO Ignazio renato; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelmArticles in Journals
1997TUNA FISH (T-30). A New Proficiency Testing Material for the Determination of As and Hg in Seafood.GAWLIK Bernd manfred; DRUGES Martine; BIANCHI Michele; BORTOLI Angelo; KETTRUP Antonius; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelmArticles in Journals
1997Uncertainty in Analytical Results from Solid Materials with Electrothermal Atomic Absorption Spectrometry. A Comparison of Methods.KURFUERST Ulrich; REHNERT Albert; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelmArticles in Journals
2000Valutazione Preliminare dello Stato di Inquinamento dei Suoli, delle Acque e dei Sedimenti Marini nella Zona ad Alto rischio Ambientale di Portoscuso. Definizione di un Sistema di Controllo Permanente della Contaminazione Ambientale nell'Ambito del SistemVACCA Sergio; MUNTAU Herbert wilhelmEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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