The influence of mineralogy on recovering organic acids from Mars analogue materials using the "one-pot" derivatization experiment on the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument suite

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Full Title

  • The influence of mineralogy on recovering organic acids from Mars analogue materials using the "one-pot" derivatization experiment on the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument suite

Author(s)

  • Stalport F, Glavin D, Eigenbrode J, Bish D, Blake D, Coll P, Szopa C, Buch A, McAdam A, Dworkin J, Mahaffy P

Publication Title

Publication Date

  • 2012 Jul

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.pss.2012.02.010

ISSN

  • 0032-0633

Volume

  • 67

Issue

  • 1

First Page

  • 1

Last Page

  • 13

Keyword(s)

Citation

  • Stalport F, Glavin D, Eigenbrode J, Bish D, Blake D, Coll P, Szopa C, Buch A, McAdam A, Dworkin J, et al. The influence of mineralogy on recovering organic acids from Mars analogue materials using the "one-pot" derivatization experiment on the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument suite. Planetary and Space Science. 2012;67 (1):1-13.

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