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Modern Pulp and Paper Making; A Practical Treatise

By Witham, George Strong

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Title: Modern Pulp and Paper Making; A Practical Treatise  
Author: Witham, George Strong
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Language: English
Subject: Paper industry, Wood-pulp, Papermaking
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1920
Publisher: New York, Book Department, Chemical Catalog Co., Inc.

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Strong, 1860-193, W. G. (1920). Modern Pulp and Paper Making; A Practical Treatise. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.net/


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Digitized from the holdings ofUniversity of California. SERBIB/SERLOC merged record ; , v. 1-8: Department of commerce and labor; v. 9-14: Department of commerce ; Vol. 1-2 consist of 3 nos. each year; v. 3-14 of 4 nos. each year ; Contains results of investigations, researches, etc., pertaining to scientific, technical and manufacturing interests of the country ; v. 1-10, 1904/05-1918/19. 1 v

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Cornell University Library

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Physics ; Science ; Weights and measures

 

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