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The Determination of Diacetyl and Acetylpropionyl in Aerosols From Electronic Smoking Devices Using Gas Chromatography Triple Quad Mass Spectrometry

Publié en ligne: 04 Oct 2017
Volume & Edition: Volume 27 (2017) - Edition 7 (September 2017)
Pages: 145 - 153
Reçu: 11 May 2017
Accepté: 05 Jul 2017
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