GC-MS analysis of e-cigarette refill solutions: A comparison of flavoring composition between flavor categories.
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AuthorsKrüsemann, Erna J Z
Pennings, Jeroen L A
Cremers, Johannes W J M
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TitleGC-MS analysis of e-cigarette refill solutions: A comparison of flavoring composition between flavor categories.
Published inJ Pharm Biomed Anal 2020; 188:113364
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