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Water pollution chemistry

an experimenter"s sourcebook.

by Herbert Bassow

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Published by Hayden in Rochelle Park (N.J.) .
Written in English

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SeriesHayden experimenter"s sourcebooks
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Open LibraryOL20329753M
ISBN 100810459779

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