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CLSM as Quantitative Method to Determine the Size of Drug Crystals in a Solid Dispersion

By Hans de Waard, Martin J. T. Hessels, Maarten Boon, Klaas A. Sjollema, Wouter L. J. Hinrichs, Anko C. Eissens and Henderik W. Frijlink
Topics: Research Paper
Publisher: Springer US
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