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Pomiar tarcia i lubrykacji miękkich soczewek kontaktowych: przegląd metod

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Measuring friction and lubricity of soft contact lenses: a review
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  • Szef działu nauk biologicznych w Centrum Badań Soczewek Kontaktowych na Uniwersytecie w Waterloo
  • Profesor w Szkole Optometrii i Nauk o Widzeniu oraz dyrektor Centrum Badań Soczewek Kontaktowych na Uniwersytecie w Waterloo
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