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Liquid polymers symposium [held at] the University of Surrey, September 26-27, 1972 by Liquid Polymers symposium (1972 University of Surrey)

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Published by Industrial Newspapers in [London .
Written in English

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Statement[organised by "Polymers Paint and Colour Journal"].
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey., "Polymers Paint and Colour Journal"., "Industrial Newspapers".
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Open LibraryOL20110221M

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