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Separation of C11-C14 branched-chain alcohols by high-resolution gas chromatography on a modified ß-cyclodextrin stationary phase.

J KRUPCIK, I SPANIK and Patrick Sandra UGent (1994) JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A. 665(1). p.163-168
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JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
J. Chromatogr. A
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665
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1
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163-168 pages
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0021-9673
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English
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Chicago
KRUPCIK, J, I SPANIK, and Patrick Sandra. 1994. “Separation of C11-C14 Branched-chain Alcohols by High-resolution Gas Chromatography on a Modified S-cyclodextrin Stationary Phase.” Journal of Chromatography A 665 (1): 163–168.
APA
KRUPCIK, J., SPANIK, I., & Sandra, P. (1994). Separation of C11-C14 branched-chain alcohols by high-resolution gas chromatography on a modified ß-cyclodextrin stationary phase. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A, 665(1), 163–168.
Vancouver
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KRUPCIK J, SPANIK I, Sandra P. Separation of C11-C14 branched-chain alcohols by high-resolution gas chromatography on a modified ß-cyclodextrin stationary phase. JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A. 1994;665(1):163–8.
MLA
KRUPCIK, J, I SPANIK, and Patrick Sandra. “Separation of C11-C14 Branched-chain Alcohols by High-resolution Gas Chromatography on a Modified S-cyclodextrin Stationary Phase.” JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A 665.1 (1994): 163–168. Print.