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Acute toxicity of copper, chromate, zinc, and cyanide to freshwater fish: Effect of different temperatures

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Smith, M.J., Heath, A.G. Acute toxicity of copper, chromate, zinc, and cyanide to freshwater fish: Effect of different temperatures. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 22, 113–119 (1979).

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