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Chemical analysis
Chemical techniques used to identify the composition of substances.
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DNA sequencing (10 items)
Atomic absorption analysis (3 items)
Atomic emission spectroscopy (4 items)
Chromatography (3 items)
Electrophoresis (3 items)
Mass spectroscopy (7 items)
Neutron activation analysis (2 items)
Particle-beam spectroscopy (1 items)
Polymerase chain reaction (4 items)
X-ray diffraction (1 items)

Sediment geochemistry (5 items)
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