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Trace Metals in the Environment Volume 3: Zirconium by  Ivan C. and Bonnie L. Carson Smith - Hardcover - from Gail's Books and Biblio.com

Trace Metals in the Environment Volume 3: Zirconium

by Smith, Ivan C. and Bonnie L. Carson

Condition: See description


Ann Arbor Science, 1978. Hardback w/dust jacket, dj shows shelf wear/rubbing, small white label on spine, 405 pages, text is clean & unmarked, very good condition. ISBN: ISBN 0250402165.
  • Bookseller: Gail's Books US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: SH160
  • Title: Trace Metals in the Environment Volume 3: Zirconium
  • Author: Smith, Ivan C. and Bonnie L. Carson
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10:0250402165
  • ISBN 13:9780250402168
  • Publisher: Ann Arbor Science, 1978
  • This edition first published: June 1978
  • Bookseller catalogs: Physical Sciences;


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