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Published in Prague .
Written in English


  • Atomic absorption spectroscopy -- Congresses.

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English, French, German, or Russian.

Statementsponsored by the Spetroscopic Society of the Czechoslovak Academy of Science, and the Geological Survey of Czechoslovakia ; summaries of presented papers.
ContributionsČeskoslovenská spektroskopická společnost., Ústřední ústav geologický (Czech Republic), Atomic Absorption Symposium, Prague, 1967.
LC ClassificationsQC454.A2 A88
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Pagination[46] l.
Number of Pages46
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Open LibraryOL4295427M
LC Control Number78323428

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