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Butterworth-Heinemann , Oxford, Boston
Corrosion and anti-corros
Statementedited by L.L. Shreir, R.A. Jarman, G. T. Burstein.
ContributionsShreir, L. L., Burstein, G. T., Jarman, R. A.
LC ClassificationsTA462 .C6513 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1405623M
ISBN 100750610778
LC Control Number93013859

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