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Experimental thermochemistry measurements of heat and of reaction. by International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. Subcommission on Experimental Thermochemistry.

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Statementedited by H.A. Skinner. [Vol.2].
ContributionsSkinner, H. A.
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