science of rubber (Handbuch der kautschukwissenschaft) by K. Memmler

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Statementedited by Prof. Dipl.-Ing. K. Memmler ... in collaboration with L. Hock, E. Kindscher, A. Koch ... [and others] Authorized English translation edited by R. F. Dunbrook ... and V. N. Morris ... in collaboration with ... members of the Firestone research laboratories: H. P. Albaugh, H. P. Coats, E. O. Edelmann ... [and others]
ContributionsDunbrook, Raymond Frederick, 1895-, Morris, Vlon Neilan, 1901-, Albaugh, Hilde P.
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LC ClassificationsTS1890 .M42
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Paginationxvi, 770 p.
Number of Pages770
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17866847M
LC Control Number35000784

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