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samples in 1966 [ 4 ]. PCBs have long been identified as harmful substances due to their toxicity [ 5 ]. The Stockholm Convention [ 6 ] registered 12 contaminant group species of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and prioritized global

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impacts. For example, the Stockholm Convention [ 2 ] classified twelve contaminant group species of POPs into three categories in order to limit their impacts: category A, compounds or groups to be eliminated such as organochlorine pesticides and

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Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: A. Ringbom, Klas Elmgren, Karin Lindh, Jenny Peterson, Theodore Bowyer, James Hayes, Justin McIntyre, Mark Panisko, and Richard Williams

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Following the claimed nuclear test in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) on October 9, 2006, and a reported seismic event, a mobile system for sampling of atmospheric xenon was transported to the Republic of South Korea (ROK) in an attempt to detect possible emissions of radioxenon in the region from a presumed test. Five samples were collected in the ROK during October 11–14, 2006 near the ROK–DPRK border, and thereafter transported to the Swedish Defense Research Agency (FOI) in Stockholm, Sweden, for analysis. Following the initial measurements, an automatic radioxenon sampling and analysis system was installed at the same location in the ROK, and measurements on the ambient atmospheric radioxenon background in the region were performed during November 2006 to February 2007. The measured radioxenon concentrations strongly indicate that the explosion in October 9, 2006 was a nuclear test. The conclusion is further strengthened by atmospheric transport models. Radioactive xenon measurement was the only independent confirmation that the supposed test was in fact a nuclear explosion and not a conventional (chemical) explosive.

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. , Goering , G. , Ritter , W. and Schaefer , H. , Proc. Intern. Clay Conf. Stockholm , Vol. 1 , Pergamon Press , 1963 , p. 287 . 4 Carr , R. M. Chih , H

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. 241 - 250 . Linné , C.V. , 1753 . Species Plantarum . Stockholm. Holmiae. 2 . 1047 – 1047

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. Mogensen P . Fluid to duct wall heat transfer in duct system heat storages . In: Proceedings of International Conference on Subsurface Heat Storage in Theory and Practice; 1983 June 6–8; Stockholm, Sweden; 1983 . p. 652 – 7

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and Calorimetry (JTAC). Prof. Lauri Niinistö graduated in chemical engineering and received the doctor degree at the Helsinki University of Technology and after his PhD, he spent 1 year at the University of Stockholm. He became full professor

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– 167 . 4. Bäckerud , L , Chai , G , Tamminen , J 1990 Solidification characteristics of aluminum alloys, foundry alloys 2 AFS Scanaluminium Stockholm

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Journal of Flow Chemistry
Authors: Antimo Gioiello, Valentina Mancino, Paolo Filipponi, Serena Mostarda, and Bruno Cerra

. Eriksson , L. ; Johansson , E. ; Kettaneh-Wold , N. ; Wikström , C. ; Wold , S. Design Of Experiments: Principles and Applications, 3rd edn. Umetrics AB, Umeå Learnways AB: Umeå, Stockholm, 2008

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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: János Kalmár, László Kuti, János Kátai, Renáta Figler, and György Füleky

. Melkerud , P.A. 1986 : Clay mineralogical comparisons of weathering profiles associated with spruce and birch stand . — Geol. Fören. Förhanding . 107 . 301 – 307 Stockholm

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