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      Collection of the Photographs in the Archive of The Institute of Musicology SASA [1]
      Combined FTIR and SEM-EDS study of Bi2O3 doped ZnO-SnO2 ceramics [1]
      Common Elements in Slavic Folklore [1]
      Common scale features of the recent Greek and Serbian church chant traditions [1]
      Common slavic *komońь 'horse' [1]
      Communication and analogies between music and image: Dragutin Gostuški's theory of screen [1]
      Communion songs not regulated by the typicon in the recent tradition of Serbian church singing [1]
      Communist Ideology and Academic Education. A Case Study: World Music History as a Subject in Romanian Universities, 1948-2014 [1]
      Community Planning Priorities [1]
      Community role in heritage management and sustainable tourism development: Case study of the Danube region in Serbia [1]
      Compaction pressure's influence on density and electrical properties of sintered cordierite-based ceramics [1]
      Comparative fractal analysis of Valeriana officinalis roots shrinkage during drying [1]
      Comparative lexicography of Slavic languages [1]
      Comparative morphological and crystallographic analysis of copper powders obtained under different electrolysis conditions [2]
      Comparative properties of composite poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid)/poly(acrylic acid) implants synthesized using ultraviolet and gamma irradiation [1]
      Comparative study of biodegradable polymers on the particle size, surface morphology and encapsulation efficiency of ketoprofen loaded nanoparticles [1]
      Comparative study of the effects of different nanomaterials on the viability of human osteoblast-like cells [1]
      Comparative study on noble metal based nanocatalysts on different supports for low temperature fuel cells application [1]
      Comparison and Estimation of the Values in Wetland Areas: A Study of Ramsar Sites Obedska Bara (Serbia) and Lonjsko Polje (Croatia) [1]
      Comparison of the release of selenium nanoparticles from poly (є-caprolactone) microparticles in four different degradation mediums [1]