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supplement to "The chemistry of natural products related to phenanthrene.

Louis F. Fieser

supplement to "The chemistry of natural products related to phenanthrene.

by Louis F. Fieser

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Published by Reinhold in NewYork .
Written in English


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ContributionsFieser, LouisF. 1899-
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Supplement to "The chemistry of natural products related to phenanthrene by Louis F. Fieser Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Abstract "A reprint of the Appendix of recent literature (to the publication date, January 1, ), and revised indexes with page references to the First Edition."Includes. 1st-2d eds. issued under title: The chemistry of natural products related to phenanthrene. Description: xii, pages.

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