Microfluidic Electrochemistry Meets Trapped Ion Mobility Spectrometry and High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry - In Situ Generation, Separation, and Detection of Isomeric Conjugates of Paracetamol and Ethoxyquin

Oxana Korzhenko, Pascal Führer, Valentin Göldner, Wouter Olthuis, Mathieu Odijk*, Uwe Karst*

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