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METHODS AND OBJECTS OF CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

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MOCA Volume 10, No 4, 2015 p. 171-177

HPLC separation of bioactive components of anti-inflammatory syrup on stationary phases with embedded polar groups

O.A. Syrotchuk, I.P. Didukh, S.F. Kuras, V.N. Zaitsev

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