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A Critical Assessment of Recent Work on the Application of Gas/Particle Partitioning Theories to Cigarette Smoke

Data publikacji: 30 Dec 2014
Tom & Zeszyt: Tom 19 (2000) - Zeszyt 2 (July 2000)
Zakres stron: 65 - 83
Otrzymano: 27 Jan 2000
Przyjęty: 17 May 2000
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