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A modified diffusion-based methane sensor and its application in freshwater sediment

A modified diffusion-based methane sensor and its application in freshwater sediment

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BUSSMANN, Ingeborg, Bernhard SCHINK, 2006. A modified diffusion-based methane sensor and its application in freshwater sediment. In: Limnology and oceanography : Methods. 4(8), pp. 275-283. eISSN 1541-5856

@article{Bussmann2006modif-8747, title={A modified diffusion-based methane sensor and its application in freshwater sediment}, year={2006}, doi={10.4319/lom.2006.4.275}, number={8}, volume={4}, journal={Limnology and oceanography : Methods}, pages={275--283}, author={Bussmann, Ingeborg and Schink, Bernhard} }

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