Adsorption at the mercury electrode in relation to micelle and mixed micelle formation. Case of electroreducible phenoxyalkyl sulfates and SDS
Besombes, J.-L.; Mousset, G.; Mousty, C.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Adsorption at the Mercury Electrode of Electroreducible Phenoxyalkyl Sulfates and SDS in Relation to Micelle and Mixed Micelle Formation
Mousty, C.; Besombes, J. L.; Mousset, G.
Difference between Reciprocal Capacitances on Mercury and the Gallium Subgroup Metals (Ga, In-Ga, Tl-Ga) in the Absence of the Metal-Solvent Chemisorption Interaction in Aqueous Solutions of Sulfates of Lithium, Sodium, and Potassium
Emets, V. V.; Damaskin, B. B.; Kazarinov, V. E.
On synthesis, structure, and thermal stability of mercury and lead sulfates and oxide sulfates
Ahmed, M. A.; Fjellvag, H.; Kjekshus, A.
XANES speciation of mercury in three mining districts – Almadén, Asturias (Spain), Idria (Slovenia)
Esbrí, José Maria; Bernaus, Anna; Ávila, Marta
The role of saline solution properties on porous limestone salt weathering by magnesium and sodium sulfates
Ruiz-Agudo, E.; Mees, F.; Rodriguez-Navarro, C.
The Optical Constants of Gypsum Particles as Analog of Martian Sulfates
Marzo, G. A.; Blanco, A.; De Carlo, F.
Contaminants in Arctic Snow Collected over Northwest Alaskan Sea Ice
Leiker, Thomas J.; Snyder Conn, Elaine; Garbarino, John R.
Behavior of mercury in the supergene zone of geothermal deposits, southern Kamchatka
Stepanov, I.; Nuzhdaev, A.; Rychagov, S.
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