Ullmann's Encyclopedia of industrial chemistry, Volume 19

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VCH, 1985 - Medical - 591 pages
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Contents

Hydrocarbons Hydrocarbons
191
Antidiabetic Drugs 1 Aziridines
239
Barium and Barium Compounds
325
Batteries
343
Antiinflammatory Antirheumatic Drugs 33 Bearing Materials
399
Antimony and Antimony Compounds 55 Beer
421
Benzaldehyde
463
Arsenic and Arsenic Compounds 113 Benzenesulfonic Acids and Their
507
Benzidine and Benzidine Derivatives
539
Asphalt and Bitumen 169 Benzoic Acid
555
Automobile Exhaust Control 189 Benzoquinone
571
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