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Turbulence as a source of excessive baseline noise during high-speed isocratic and gradient separations using absorption detection

(2008) ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. 80(5). p.1679-1688
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CABOOTER, D, Frederic Lynen, Patrick Sandra, and G DESMET. 2008. “Turbulence as a Source of Excessive Baseline Noise During High-speed Isocratic and Gradient Separations Using Absorption Detection.” Analytical Chemistry 80 (5): 1679–1688.
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CABOOTER, D., Lynen, F., Sandra, P., & DESMET, G. (2008). Turbulence as a source of excessive baseline noise during high-speed isocratic and gradient separations using absorption detection. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, 80(5), 1679–1688.
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CABOOTER D, Lynen F, Sandra P, DESMET G. Turbulence as a source of excessive baseline noise during high-speed isocratic and gradient separations using absorption detection. ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY. 2008;80(5):1679–88.
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CABOOTER, D, Frederic Lynen, Patrick Sandra, et al. “Turbulence as a Source of Excessive Baseline Noise During High-speed Isocratic and Gradient Separations Using Absorption Detection.” ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 80.5 (2008): 1679–1688. Print.
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  author       = {CABOOTER, D and Lynen, Frederic and Sandra, Patrick and DESMET, G},
  issn         = {0003-2700},
  journal      = {ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {1679--1688},
  title        = {Turbulence as a source of excessive baseline noise during high-speed isocratic and gradient separations using absorption detection},
  volume       = {80},
  year         = {2008},
}

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