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Journal of Applied Spectroscopy

, Volume 15, Issue 3, pp 1121–1125 | Cite as

Role of a controlled atmosphere in suppressing the effect of “third” elements of the results of the spectral analysis of copper-base alloys

  • I. A. Grikit
  • E. G. Galushko
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Atmosphere Analytical Chemistry Molecular Structure Spectral Analysis Control Atmosphere 
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  • I. A. Grikit
  • E. G. Galushko

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