Determination of Thiosulfate and Pyrophosphate in Crayfish Wash Powder
1 Aug 2014

This application note describes a reproducible and accurate capillary IC method for determining thiosulfate and pyrophosphate in crayfish wash powder, using an RFIC system controlled by Chromeleon CDS software.

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