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concentrations of the dyes were determined using a UV–Vis spectrometer (Jasco, Japan) and calculated by a computer program based on calibration curves. The computer program determines the absorbance of the dye solution at the maximum wavelengths of dyes, which is
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p -Chloroanisole (>98 %; Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Japan) and DDE (>99 %; Aldrich, USA) were used as the substrates. Tetraamminepalladium
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fed into a vaporizer (250 °C) by using pump (LC-10AD VP, Shimadzu) and mixed with N 2 (purity > 99.9995%, Japan Fine Products). The mixed gas flowed continuously through the reaction tube placed in a furnace at atmospheric pressure. A total flow rate
Authors:M. Krpan, N. Major, Z. Šatalić, and M. Hruškar
system (Shimadzu, Japan) equipped with the RID-10A (Shimadzu, Tokyo, Japan) detector. The separation was performed with a Shodex Asahipak NH2P-5O-4E column (250 × 4.6 mm, 5 μm). Analysis was performed in triplicate by a modified HPLC method by Ferreira
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purees after treatments were subjected to cold storage at 2 °C and 15 °C for two weeks. 2.3 Colour measurements The colour measurements were performed with a Minolta CR-400 (Minolta Co. Ltd., Osaka, Japan) tristimulus colourimeter, in five repetitions