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By-product of steroid synthesis: a Cause of Interferences in Thin-layer Chroma-tography Residue Analysis.

(1994) ANALYST. 119(12). p.2571-2575
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SMETS, F, G POTTIE, Hubert De Brabander, Peter Batjoens, L HENDRIKS, D COURTHEYN, B LANCIVAL, and P DELAHAUT. 1994. “By-product of Steroid Synthesis: a Cause of Interferences in Thin-layer Chroma-tography Residue Analysis.” Analyst 119 (12): 2571–2575.
APA
SMETS, F., POTTIE, G., De Brabander, H., Batjoens, P., HENDRIKS, L., COURTHEYN, D., LANCIVAL, B., et al. (1994). By-product of steroid synthesis: a Cause of Interferences in Thin-layer Chroma-tography Residue Analysis. ANALYST, 119(12), 2571–2575.
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SMETS F, POTTIE G, De Brabander H, Batjoens P, HENDRIKS L, COURTHEYN D, et al. By-product of steroid synthesis: a Cause of Interferences in Thin-layer Chroma-tography Residue Analysis. ANALYST. 1994;119(12):2571–5.
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SMETS, F, G POTTIE, Hubert De Brabander, et al. “By-product of Steroid Synthesis: a Cause of Interferences in Thin-layer Chroma-tography Residue Analysis.” ANALYST 119.12 (1994): 2571–2575. Print.
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  author       = {SMETS, F and POTTIE, G and De Brabander, Hubert and Batjoens, Peter and HENDRIKS, L and COURTHEYN, D and LANCIVAL, B and DELAHAUT, P},
  issn         = {0003-2654},
  journal      = {ANALYST},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {12},
  pages        = {2571--2575},
  title        = {By-product of steroid synthesis: a Cause of Interferences in Thin-layer Chroma-tography Residue Analysis.},
  volume       = {119},
  year         = {1994},
}