Analysis and application of rare earth materials.

[Lectures given at the] NATO Advanced Study Institute, Kjeller, Norway, 23.-29. August 1972.
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Rare earths -- Analysis -- Congresses., Rare earths -- Congre
StatementOrganized by the Netherlands-Norwegian Reactor School, Institutt for atomenergi, Kjeller, Norway. Ed. by Odd B. Michelsen.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsMichelsen, O. B., ed., Netherlands-Norwegian Reactor School.
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LC ClassificationsQD172.R2 N35 1972
The Physical Object
Pagination4 l., 375 p.
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Open LibraryOL5102149M
ISBN 108200047806
LC Control Number74174245

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