Development of a coal-based sewage-treatment process final report. Prepared for Office of Coal Research, Dept. of the Interior.

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  • Coal, Pulverized.

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SeriesUnited States. Office of Coal Research. Research and development report ;, no. 55, Research and development report (United States. Office of Coal Research) ;, no. 55.
ContributionsUnited States. Office of Coal Research., Rand Development Corporation, Cleveland.
LC ClassificationsTN805 .A395 no. 55, TD753 .A395 no. 55
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Paginationxiv, 488 p.
Number of Pages488
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Open LibraryOL4855281M
LC Control Number75614793

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