methods of cellulose chemistry including methods for the investigation of the compound cellulose by Charles DorГ©e

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Statementby Charles Dorée.
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LC ClassificationsQD321 .D67
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Paginationx, 499 p.
Number of Pages499
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Open LibraryOL6286656M
LC Control Number33005844
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