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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1989Determination, Collection and Edition of Molecular Spetra of PAHKARCHER WalterContributions to Conferences
1991Estimations of Aqueous Solubility from n-Octanol/Water Partition Coefficients Analysed by the Bootstrap MethodKARCHER Walter; HALFON Efraim; ALTSCHUH Joachim; BRUEGGEMANN RainerArticles in Journals
1991Graphical Display of the Fugacity Model Level IKARCHER Walter; ISNARD P.Articles in Journals
1992Multivariate Structure-Environmental Fate Relationships for Chlorinated ChemicalsKARCHER Walter; DOMINE Daniel; DEVILLERS James; CHASTRETTE MauriceArticles in Journals
1992Multivariate Structure-Property Relationships (MVPR ) of PesticidesKARCHER Walter; DOMINE Daniel; DEVILLERS James; CHASTRETTE MauriceArticles in Journals
1993New Advances in Non-Linear Mapping for Structure-Property ModellingKARCHER Walter; DOMINE D.Articles in Journals
1993Nonlinear Dependence of Fish Bioconcentration on n-Octanol Water Partition CoefficientKARCHER Walter; BINTEIN S.Articles in Journals
1991Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds of Environmental and Occupational Importance. Their Occurrence, Toxicity and the Development of High Purity Certified Reference Materials. Part IIIJACOB J.; KARCHER Walter; DUMLER R.; BELLIARDO J.j.; BOENKE A.Articles in Journals
1987Spectral Atlas Vol. 2 : Spectral Atlas of Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds Including Data on Physico-Chemical Properties, Occurrence and BiologicalKARCHER Walter; ELLISON N.; EWALD Marc; JACOB Juergen; GEVERS ElisabethEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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