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  • 1.  Merucy in the Environment

    Posted 14 days ago

    In 1983, the Analytical Division hosted a conference on Mercury in the Environment. At the time it contained much ground breaking information including the first detection of methylmercuy species in gold mining tailings, and much information on location of environmental Hg residues. Few hard copies of the proceedings still exist, but through the efforts of Dr Anna Lintern and the Monash Library. a digital copy was made. I tried to attach it, but could not, but I will send a copy to the Institute or I can let anyone who contacts me have a copy. glen.deacon@monash.edu



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    Glen Deacon
    Retired
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  • 2.  RE: Merucy in the Environment

    Posted 12 days ago

    Greetings Glen, from one of your academic grandchildren. I hope this finds you well.

    I'd be very pleased to receive a copy of these proceedings. My email address is alanarnold@mac.com

    Warm regards from a chilly Canberra,

    Alan Arnold (also retired ;)



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    Alan Arnold
    Retired
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  • 3.  RE: Merucy in the Environment

    Posted 12 days ago

    Hi Glen,

    if you email me at education1@raci.org.au I can add the document to the library for you, no problem.

    With best wishes,

    Hannah 



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    Hannah McCarthy
    Education & Outreach Coordinator (National)
    The Royal Australian Chemical Institute
    Email: education1@raci.org.au
    Phone: (03) 9328 2033
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