Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives

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Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives. / Cristescu, S M; Marchenko, D; Mandon, J; Hebelstrup, Kim; Griffith, G W; Mur, L A J; Harren, F J M.

I: Applied Physics B, Bind 10, Nr. 2, 02.2012, s. 203-211.

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Cristescu, SM, Marchenko, D, Mandon, J, Hebelstrup, K, Griffith, GW, Mur, LAJ & Harren, FJM 2012, 'Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives' Applied Physics B, bind 10, nr. 2, s. 203-211. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00340-012-5050-5

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Cristescu, S. M., Marchenko, D., Mandon, J., Hebelstrup, K., Griffith, G. W., Mur, L. A. J., & Harren, F. J. M. (2012). Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives. Applied Physics B, 10(2), 203-211. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00340-012-5050-5

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Cristescu SM, Marchenko D, Mandon J, Hebelstrup K, Griffith GW, Mur LAJ, Harren FJM. 2012. Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives. Applied Physics B. 10(2):203-211. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00340-012-5050-5

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Cristescu SM, Marchenko D, Mandon J, Hebelstrup K, Griffith GW, Mur LAJ o.a. Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives. Applied Physics B. 2012 feb;10(2):203-211. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00340-012-5050-5

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Cristescu, S M ; Marchenko, D ; Mandon, J ; Hebelstrup, Kim ; Griffith, G W ; Mur, L A J ; Harren, F J M. / Spectroscopic monitoring of NO traces in plants and human breath: applications and perspectives. I: Applied Physics B. 2012 ; Bind 10, Nr. 2. s. 203-211.

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