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Title: International Comparison CCQM-K51 - Carbon Monoxide (CO) in Nitrogen (5 µmol mol-1)
Authors: BOTHA Angelique
JANSE VAN RENSBURG Mellisa
TSHILONGO James
LESHABANE Nompumelelo
NTSASA Napo
KATO Kenji
MATSUMOTO Nobuhiro
STUMMER Volker
KONOPELKO L A
KUSTIKOV Y A
PANKRATOV V V
VASSERMAN I I
ZAVYALOV C V
GROMOVA E V
UPRICHARD Ian
VARGHA Gergely
MARUYAMA M
HEINE Hans-Joachim
RANGEL MURILLO Francisco
SERRANO CABALLERO Victor M.
PÉREZ CASTORENA Alejandro
MACE Tatiana
GUENTHER Frank
MILLER Walter
ROJO Andres
FERNANDEZ Teresa
CIECIORA Dariusz
CUNHA Valnei S
RIBEIRO Claudia C
AUGUSTO Cristiane R
QIAO Han
ZHOU Zeyi
SMEULDERS Damian
GERBOLES Michel
KAPUS Matej
WESSEL Rob
DIAS Florbela
BAPTISTA Gonçalao
GUPTA Prabhat K
JOHRI P.
LAONGSRI Bunthoon
SINWEERUTHAI Ratirat
NIEDERHAUSER Bernhard
ACKERMANN Andreas
FROEHLICH Marina
WOLF Andreas
LEE Jeongsoon
MUSIL Stanislav
VALKOVA Miroslava
WALDEN Jari
LAURILA Sisko
Citation: METROLOGIA vol. 47 no. 1A p. 1-97
Publisher: IOP PUBLISHING LTD
Publication Year: 2010
JRC Publication N°: JRC62817
ISSN: 0026-1394
URI: http://www.bipm.org/utils/common/pdf/final_reports/QM/K51/CCQM-K51.pdf
http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/111111111/15581
DOI: 10.1088/0026-1394/47/1A/08008
Type: Articles in Journals
Appears in Collections:Institute for Environment and Sustainability

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