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Comparison of reversed-phase and adsorption modes of high-performance liquid chromatography for the assay of fat soluble vitamins in multivitamin tablets



Comparison of reversed-phase and adsorption modes of high-performance liquid chromatography for the assay of fat soluble vitamins in multivitamin tablets



Journal of Chromatography 200: 300-304



A combination of reversed-phase and adsorption chromatography was necessary for the quantitative separation of vitamins A, D and E in a single multivitamin tablet.

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Accession: 000844185

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PMID: 6969727

DOI: 10.1016/s0021-9673(00)84952-3



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