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Modern inorganic chemistry by G P Liptrot; R N Haszeldine Download ebook MOBI, RTF, AZW, IBOOKS, PRC

Author: G P Liptrot; R N Haszeldine
Publisher: London : Collins Educational, 1992.
ISBNISSN: 0003222527, 9780003222524
Genre: učbenik, textbook
Notes: VIII, 472 str. : ilustr., tabele ; 25 cm.
Responsibility: Modern inorganic chemistry
Edition: Print book : English : 4th ed., repr
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