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High-frequency fluid-conductivity measurement in microanalytical systems

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4 Author(s)
Bo¿i¿evi¿, J. ; University of Zagreb, Department for Measurement & Control, Croatia, Yugoslavia ; Everaerts, F.M. ; Paveli¿, P. ; Verhaggen, TH.P.E.M.

One of the obstacles to the extension of particular micro-analytical methods in chemistry lies in the lack of suitable measurement detectors. To overcome this problem, a new miniature detector for the detection and identification of fluids in a capillary tube is developed, which should improve certain methods of analysis.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:7 ,  Issue: 23 )