By Leo M.L. Nollet
Completely up to date and revised version deals useful, instantly appropriate details on all significant subject matters of nutrients compounds analyzable by way of HPLC. contains over 500 illustrations and tables.
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8. This image has been obtained on a Pt(111)-(2×2)-O adlattice surface partly covered by the ordered Pt(111)-(12×l2)-Na adlayer under transient conditions of electrochemical Na removal from the Pt surface. Three different surface domains are clearly visible, one corresponding to the Pt(l 1 l)-(12×12)-Na adlayer, another to the cleaned Pt(111)-(2×2)-O surface and a third region corresponding to a higher coverage Pt(111) overlayer. 2. 6 which has not attracted attention in the past. This feature is depicted in Fig.
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