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2004The Certification of the Mass Concentrations of As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb, Se and Zn in Wastewater, BCR-713 (Effluent Wastewater), BCR-714 (Influent Wastewater) BCR-715 (Industrial Effluent Wastewater).SEGURA M.; MADRID Y.; CAMARA C.; REBOLLO C.; AZCARATE J.; KRAMER Gerard; GAWLIK B.; LAMBERTY Andre; QUEVAUVILLER Philippe; BOWADT S.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) for Quality Control of Trace-Elements Determinations in Wastewaters.SEGURA M.; CAMARA C.; MADRID Y.; REBOLLO C.; AZCARATE J.; KRAMER G.; GAWLIK Bernd; LAMBERTY Andre; QUEVAUVILLER PhilippeArticles in Journals
2002Poissons de la Sous-Région Nord-Ouest Africaine.VAKILY Michael; CAMARA C.; MENDY A. n.; MONTERO V.; SAMB B.; DOS SANTOS A. j.; OULD TALED SIDI M.; PAULY D.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1998Preparation, Homogeneity and Stability of Polar Pesticides in Freeze-Dried Water Interlaboratory Exercise.MARTIN-ESTEBAN A.; FERNANDEZ P.; CAMARA C.; KRAMER Gerard nico; MAIER E.a.Articles in Journals
2004Towards a New Certified Reference Material for Butyltins, Methylmercury and Arsenobetaine in Oyster Tissue.MORABITO R.; MASSANISSO R.; CAMARA C.; LARSSON Tom; FRECH W.; KRAMER K. j. m.; BIANCHI Michele; MUNTAU H.; DONARD O.f.x.; LOBINSKI Richard, et alArticles in Journals
2005Towards a New Certified Reference Material for Butyltins, Methylmercury and Arsenobetane in Oyster TissueMORABITO R.; CAMARA C.; LARSSON T.; BIANCHI M.; LOBINSKI R.; GAWLIK BERND; MASSANISSO P.; FRECH W.; KRAMER K.j.m.; MUNTAU Herbert, et alArticles in Journals
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