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Combustion phenomena in coal dusts and two-component hypothesis of coal constitution [by] R. H. Essenhigh [and] J. B. Howard
Bib ID 1830687
Format BookBook
Author
Essenhigh, Robert H. (Robert Henry)
 
Description University Park, Pennsylvania State University [1971] 
54 p. illus. 23 cm. 
Series

Pennsylvania State University studies ; no. 31.

Notes

"Edited by the Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies."

Bibliography: p. 51-54.

Subjects Coal, Pulverized.  |  Coal -- Combustion.
Other authors/contributors Howard, J. B. (Jack Benny), 1937-, joint author  |  Pennsylvania State University. Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies
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