Proceedings of the 1973 Symposium on Textile Flammability

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LeBlanc Research Corporation , East Greenwich, R.I
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ContributionsLeBlanc, R. Bruce, LeBlanc Research Corporation
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LC ClassificationsTS1449 .S9 1973, TS1449 S9 1973
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Pagination279 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18664037M

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