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REFERENCE LIST OF THE TOXICOLOGICAL AND
PHARMACOLOGICAL DOCUMENTATION


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  • Experimental studies on the pharmacology of activated charcoal. II - The effect of pH on the adsorption by charcoal from aqueous solutions. Acta Pharmacol., 3, fasc. 3:199-218 (1947)
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