Washington 1978 1st. ISBN 0-8412-03970 American Chemical Society. Advances in Chemistry sequence 171. Hardcover. eightvo, 389pp., revealed fabric. Residue of backbone label, establishment stamps on fore-edges, quantity stamp at decrease margin of 1 web page. solid plus, no dj.
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