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Polyurethanes: Chemistry And Technology, Part I. (High Polymers, Vol. XVI). J. H. SAUNDERS And K. C. FRISCH, Interscience, New York, 1962. Xi + 368 Pp., $14.00

Norman G. Gaylord, Nelson V. Seeger
Published 1964 · Materials Science
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