Chemical industry"s contribution to the nation: 1635-1935 A record of chemical accomplishment, with an index of the chemicals made in America by Chemical industries.

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StatementWilliams Haynes & Edward L. Gordy, editors.
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LC ClassificationsTP23 .C52
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Pagination176 p.
Number of Pages176
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Open LibraryOL6326061M
LC Control Number35020716
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