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Lu WJ; Chou IM; Burruss RC; Yang MZ
In situ study of mass transfer in aqueous solutions under high pressures via Raman spectroscopy: A new method for the determination of diffusion coefficients of methane in water near hydrate formation conditions
Source PublicationApplied Spectroscopy
ISSN0003-7028
2006
Volume60Issue:2Pages:122-129
Indexed Bysci
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000235663000003
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.gig.ac.cn/handle/344008/13173
Collection中科院广州地化所(-2008)
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Lu WJ,Chou IM,Burruss RC,et al. In situ study of mass transfer in aqueous solutions under high pressures via Raman spectroscopy: A new method for the determination of diffusion coefficients of methane in water near hydrate formation conditions[J]. Applied Spectroscopy,2006,60(2):122-129.
APA Lu WJ,Chou IM,Burruss RC,&Yang MZ.(2006).In situ study of mass transfer in aqueous solutions under high pressures via Raman spectroscopy: A new method for the determination of diffusion coefficients of methane in water near hydrate formation conditions.Applied Spectroscopy,60(2),122-129.
MLA Lu WJ,et al."In situ study of mass transfer in aqueous solutions under high pressures via Raman spectroscopy: A new method for the determination of diffusion coefficients of methane in water near hydrate formation conditions".Applied Spectroscopy 60.2(2006):122-129.
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