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Tables showing the relation between the specific gravity of spirits at 80/80 Fahrenheit, the corresponding percentage of proof spirit and the percentage of alcohol by weight
Bib ID 145416
Format BookBook
Description London, H.M. Stationery off., 1933 
47 p. incl. tables. 21 cm. 
Notes

Lithographed.

Lettered on cover: Spirit tables. Specific gravity at 80/80 Fahr.

"Compiled by Francis G. H. Tate, F.I.C., of the Government laboratory, London."--Pref., p. [2]

Subjects Liquors -- Gaging and testing.  |  Specific gravity.
Other authors/contributors Tate, Francis G. H  |  Laboratory of the Government Chemist (Great Britain)
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Spirit tables

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