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Reference compounds for determination of melting temperature according to Ph. Helv. VI and Ph. eur. I. 4. Determination of purity and melting point with differential scanning calorimetry--results and discussion



Reference compounds for determination of melting temperature according to Ph. Helv. VI and Ph. eur. I. 4. Determination of purity and melting point with differential scanning calorimetry--results and discussion



Pharmaceutica Acta Helvetiae 49(3-4): 102-107




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