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SINEMET 17,5 CPR da 0.380g = 6,64g
TRIPTO-OH 16,8 CPS da 0,280g = 4,70g
mix = 30 g
Saggio uniformità di massa
Massa 20 cps = 7810mg
Massa: 1 di 20 cps
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