Dyestuffs & Coal-tar Products: Their Chemistry, Manufacture and Application, Including Chapters on Modern Inks, Photographic Chemicals, Synthetic Drugs, Sweetening Chemicals, and Other Products Derived from Coal Tar
Appleton, 1915 - Coal-tar products - 156 pages
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