Книга: Gustav Egloff, George Hulla, V. I. Komarewsky «Isomerization of Pure Hydrocarbons»

Isomerization of Pure Hydrocarbons

This monogram in chemistry includes the work of three authors. Hydrocarbons are becoming increasingly important in many areas of human activity. Consequently, more and more attention will be paid to their structures and processes of selected individual hydrocarbons . Many experiments have been done to change the configuration of available hydrocarbons into more desirable types.

Издательство: "Reinhold Publishing Corporation" (1942)

Формат: 160x235, 512 стр.

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