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Wu, C.; Cao, Y.; Dong, Z.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Validation of methodology for determination of the mercury methylation potential in sediments using radiotracers
Horvat, Milena; Žižek, Suzana; Ribeiro Guevara, Sergio
Theory of the flying light spot experiment to determine ambipolar mobility
Duggan, G.; Lacklison, D. E.
The Principal Expansion Coefficients of Single Crystals of Mercury
Hill, Donald M.
The Photoelectric Behavior of Solid and Liquid Mercury
Structural Analysis of the Phase Transitions of (NH 4 ) 4 HgBr 6
Ben Salah, A.; Fuess, H.; Svoboda, I.
Spin-rotor interpretation of identical bands and quantized alignment in superdeformed A≊190 nuclei
Cizewski, J. A.; Bijker, R.; Becker, J. A.
Secondary Emission by Positive Ion Bombardment
Schwartz, Manuel; Copeland, Paul L.
Reflection and Transmission of Ultra-Violet Light by Sodium and Potassium
Frehafer, Mabel Katherine
Neutron Activation Cross Sections for Mercury Isotopes at 14.1 MeV
TEMPERLEY, J. K.
Monopole strength and decay out of superdeformed bands in the A=190 mass region from theories beyond the mean field
Dancer, H.; Bonche, P.; Flocard, H.
Distribution of heavy metals in water, particulate matter and sediments of Gediz River (Eastern Aegean)
Uluturhan, E.; Batki, H.; Kucuksezgin, F.
An acoustical study of prewetting phenomena in a compressed metallic vapor
Kozhevnikov, Vladimir F.
An Investigation of the Mercury-Melting Pressure Scale
E C Morris
Mercury dynamics in Tivoli South Bay, a freshwater tidal mudflat wetland in the Hudson River
Armstrong, D.E.; Benoit, G.; Zelewski, L.M.
Mercury Resistance in Bacterial Strains Isolated from Tailing Ponds in a Gold Mining Area Near El Callao (Bolívar State, Venezuela)
Carrero, Pablo; Yarzábal, Luis; Ball, María
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