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Towards Comprehensive Hydrocarbons Analysis of Middle Distillates by LC-GC×GC

Petroleum Distillate Solvents as Risk Factors for Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease (UCTD)

Toxicological Findings in Two Planned Complex Suicide Cases: Ingestion of Petroleum Distillates and Subsequent Hanging

The role of dermal irritation in the skin tumor promoting activity of petroleum middle distillates.

Short-Term Biomarkers of Tumor Promotion in Mouse Skin Treated with Petroleum Middle Distillates

Systemic and Developmental Toxicity of Dermally Applied Distillate Aromatic Extract in Rats

Contact and Fumigant Toxicity of Cyperus rotundus Steam Distillate Constituents and Related Compounds to Insecticide-Susceptible and -Resistant Blattella germanica

A Comprehensive Evaluation of the Mechanism of Skin Tumorigenesis by Straight-Run and Cracked Petroleum Middle Distillates

Quantitative Measurement of Mass and Aromaticity Distributions for Heavy Distillates 1. Capabilities of the HPLC-2 System

Comparison of Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography Coupled with Sulfur-Chemiluminescence Detector to Standard Methods for Speciation of Sulfur-Containing Compounds in Middle Distillates

Hydrocarbon-Type Analysis of Base Oils and Other Heavy Distillates by Thin-Layer Chromatography with Flame-Ionization Detection and by the Clay—Gel Method

The effect of increased branched-chain amino acid transaminase activity in yeast on the production of higher alcohols and on the flavour profiles of wine and distillates

Two Suicidal Fatalities Due to the Ingestion of Chlorfenvinphos Formulations: Simultaneous Determination of the Pesticide and the Petroleum Distillates in Tissues by Gas Chromatography–Flame-Ionization Detection and Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry

 

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The liquid (or solid) product of distillation.

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