Articles | Volume 5, issue 4
06 Nov 2009
 | 06 Nov 2009

A chemical ionization mass spectrometer for continuous underway shipboard analysis of dimethylsulfide in near-surface seawater

E. S. Saltzman, W. J. De Bruyn, M. J. Lawler, C. A. Marandino, and C. A. McCormick

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