Anomalous pH-gradient in Ampholyte Solution

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Anomalous pH-gradient in Ampholyte Solution. / Sakharova, L.V; Vladimirov, Vladimir A.; Zhukov, M.Yu.

2009.

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Sakharova, LV, Vladimirov, VA & Zhukov, MY 2009 'Anomalous pH-gradient in Ampholyte Solution'. <http://maths.york.ac.uk/www/sites/default/files/Ampholite.pdf>

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Sakharova, L. V., Vladimirov, V. A., & Zhukov, M. Y. (2009). Anomalous pH-gradient in Ampholyte Solution. http://maths.york.ac.uk/www/sites/default/files/Ampholite.pdf

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Sakharova LV, Vladimirov VA, Zhukov MY. Anomalous pH-gradient in Ampholyte Solution. 2009 Feb 21.

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Sakharova, L.V ; Vladimirov, Vladimir A. ; Zhukov, M.Yu. / Anomalous pH-gradient in Ampholyte Solution. 2009.

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