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Aqua regia extractable selenium concentrations of some Scottish topsoils measured by ICP-MS and the relationship with mineral and organic soil components

By Charles A. Shand, Matthias Balsam, Stephen J. Hillier, Gordon Hudson, Gareth Newman, John Arthur and Fergus Nicol


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Topics: aqua regia extraction, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, selenium, soil, soil carbon, soil minerals, mass-spectrometry, isotope-dilution, sewage sludges, wheat-grain, plants, interferences, elements, systems, samples, aqua regia extraction, SB Plant culture, SB
Year: 2010
DOI identifier: 10.1002/jsfa.3905
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