Evaluation of ultra performance liquid chromatography. Part I. Possibilities and limitations.

  title={Evaluation of ultra performance liquid chromatography. Part I. Possibilities and limitations.},
  author={Andr{\'e} de Villiers and François Lestremau and Roman Szucs and Sylvie G{\'e}l{\'e}bart and Frank David and P. A. T. Sandra},
  journal={Journal of chromatography. A},
  volume={1127 1-2},
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