|Author:||Ernest H. Rodd,S. Coffey|
|Publisher:||Elsevier Science Ltd; 2nd edition (March 1976)|
|Category:||Math and Science|
|Other formats:||lrf doc rtf txt|
Chemistry of Carbon Compounds Volume I, Part E: Trihydric Alcohols, Their Oxidation Products and Derivatives (Rodd"s Chemistry of Carbon Compounds. Brand Elsevier Science Ltd. Book. Bibliography of Paper and Thin-layer Chromatography EAN 9780444406767. Comprehensive Chemical Kinetics: Theory of Kinetics EAN 9780444406743. 00 руб. Advances in hy and Clinical Neurophysiology (hy and clinical neurophysiology.
Ansell, M. F. & Coffey, S. (1974) F/G. Penta- and higher polyhydric alcohols, their oxidation products and derivatives; saccharides; tetrahydric alcohols, their analogues, derivatives, and oxidation products (<2 . (1974). Amsterdam : MLA Citation. F/G. v. 2. Alicyclic compounds.
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