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《Chinese Journal of Analytical Chemistry》 1988-07
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APPLICATION OF MICROWAVE TECHNIQUE TO ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

Jin Qinhan (Department of Chemistry,Jilin University,Changchun)  
The application of microwave technique to the analytical areas of sample dissolution, moisture determination, atomic emission spectroscopy and chromatography was reviewed in detail. It is concluded that this technique is well worth notice by analytical chemists.
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