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Published by I.P.S.T. in Jerusalem .
Written in English


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Originally published in Russian as: Korroziya metallov i splavov. [Moscow]: Metallurgiya, 1965.

Statementedited by N.D. Tomashov and E.N. Mirolyubev ; translated from Russian [by Ch. Nisenbaum].
SeriesCollection No. 2
ContributionsTomashov, Nikon Danilovich., Mirolyubev, E N.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20342715M

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