Erratum to: Simultaneous speciation of arsenic (As(III), MMA, DMA, and As(V)) and selenium (Se(IV), Se(VI), and SeCN) in petroleum refinery aqueous streams

Tonietto, Gisele; Godoy, José; Oliveira, Ana; Souza, Marcia
September 2010
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Sep2010, Vol. 398 Issue 2, p1135
Academic Journal
Correction notice
A correction to the article "Simultaneous Speciation of Arsenic (As(III), MMA, DMA, and As(V)) and Selenium (Se(IV), Se(VI), and SeCN) in Petroleum Refinery Aqueous Streams," that was published online on July 21, 2010 is presented.


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