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Soviet chemical industry

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Published by Leonard Hill in London .
Written in English


  • Chemical industries -- Russia.

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bibl p365-372.

StatementGeoffrey Hemy.
SeriesChemical and process engineering series
LC ClassificationsHD9656.R92
The Physical Object
Pagination382p. :
Number of Pages382
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22584326M
ISBN 100249440466

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