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Continuing Evaluation of the Use of Fluorides (AAAS selected symposium ; 11)

Author Name    Johansen, Erling

Title   Continuing Evaluation of the Use of Fluorides (AAAS selected symposium ; 11)

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Good

Publisher    Advancement of Science 1979

ISBN Number    0891584390 / 9780891584391

Seller ID   1ALIBRIS.0003659

0891584390 Library binding. academic library markings/stamps, library binding, moderate shelf wear to boards, otherwise clean text tight binding,

Price = 12.00 USD


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