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Formation of Dihydroxybenzenes in Cigarette Smoke. Part 2. Contribution from Quinic Acid and Myo-Inositol

Data publikacji: 30 Dec 2014
Tom & Zeszyt: Tom 25 (2013) - Zeszyt 5 (March 2013)
Zakres stron: 535 - 549
Otrzymano: 04 Jun 2012
Przyjęty: 18 Mar 2013
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