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Reference at the chemical research of doubtless infected land. Addresses all features of the research, from supply of the samples to the laboratory to the presentation of the implications to the consumers. For practitioners.
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Depending upon the natural composition of the sample and its level of contamination, each sample removed from an individual site can be regarded as being different from other samples, either from the same site but from different locations within the site, or from different sites. This makes the process of validation extremely difficult when applying these procedures to soil matrices. Concerns are then raised over the number or type of matrices that require validated methodology, and often these issues cannot be addressed when considered on cost grounds alone.
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