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GESCHICHTE DER MALONSAEURE

by Kalvoda, Ludwig

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Dillingen 1889. In German. 8vo., 84pp., later wraps. Good, small chip at right margin of title page, leaves browned and fragile.

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Title
GESCHICHTE DER MALONSAEURE
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Kalvoda, Ludwig
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Paperback
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chemistry, malonic acid, german;

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