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Control of the reproducibility of results on chemical mass analyses of tobacco

, : Control of the reproducibility of results on chemical mass analyses of tobacco. Tabak (4): 26-28

A method for evaluating the degree of reproducibility of results on the chemical composition of tobacco leaves is described and tested with reference to leaf nicotine, carbohydrate, protein and Cl contents.

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