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2000Certification of n-Heptane (IRMM-441) and Isooctane (IRMM-442): Reference Fuels.PAUWELS Jean; SEJEROE-OLSEN B.; SCHIMMEL Heinz; WALTHER A.; RUECKOLD S.; GROBECKER K.h.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Correcting Sensitivity Drift during Long Term Multi-Element Signal Measurements by Solid Sampling-ETV-ICP-MS.MARTIN-ESTEBAN A.; SLOWIKOWSKI Boleslaw; GROBECKER K.h.Articles in Journals
2000Determination of the Contents of Water and Moisture in Milk Powder.RUECKOLD S.; GROBECKER K.h.; ISENGARD H.d.Articles in Journals
2001Development of an Electrothermal Vaporisation ICP-MS Method and the Assessment of its Applicability to Homogeneity Studies of Reference Materials.FRIESE K.-c.; WAETJEN Uwe; GROBECKER K.h.Articles in Journals
2000Development of an Electrothermal Vaporization System and its Application to Homogeneity Studies of Reference Materials Using ICP-MS Detection.FRIESE K.-c.; WAETJEN Uwe; GROBECKER K.h.Contributions to Conferences
2003The Energy of Interaction between Water and Surfaces of Biological Reference Materials.RUECKOLD S.; ISENGARD Heinz-dieter; HANNS Jan; GROBECKER K.h.Contributions to Conferences
1999Homogeneity Studies of Reference Materials by Solid Sampling - AAS and INAA.ROSSBACH Matthias; GROBECKER K.h.Articles in Journals
2000Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometry as a Tool for Studying Heterogeneity within Polymers.DOBNEY Andrew; MANK Arjan; GROBECKER K.h.; CONNEELY Patrick; DE KOSTER ChrisArticles in Journals
1998Progress in Herbicide Determination with the Thylakoid Bioassay.TRAPMANN Stefanie; ETXEBARRIA Nestor; SCHNABL Heide; GROBECKER K.h.Articles in Journals
2000Water as a Source of Errors in Reference Materials.RUECKOLD S.; GROBECKER K.h.; ISENGARD H.d.Contributions to Conferences
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