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The Study Of Metalworking Fluids Biodegradability By Indirect Measurement Of Bacterial Inoculum Respiration

Pubblicato online: 01 Sep 2015
Volume & Edizione: Volume 23 (2015) - Edizione 36 (June 2015)
Pagine: 65 - 75
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