Infrared spectra of pharmaceuticals. by Sadtler Research Laboratories, Philadelphia

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  • Drugs -- Spectra

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Other titlesThe Sadtler standard spectra, Sadtler pharmaceuticals spectra, Pharmaceuticals IR prism spectra, Pharmaceuticals grating spectra
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