An outline of the chemistry of the carbohydrates by Edward Franklin Degering

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Published by Planographed by John S. Swift co., inc. in Cincinnati, O .

Written in English

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Statementby Ed.F. Degering ...
LC ClassificationsQD321 .D42
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Paginationviii, 474 p.
Number of Pages474
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Open LibraryOL6453436M
LC Control Number43011651

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