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Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management Xxi Symposium Held September 23-October 3, 1997, Davos, Switzerland (Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings) by

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ContributionsI. G. McKinley (Editor), Charles McCombie (Editor)
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Number of Pages1123
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Open LibraryOL12091918M
ISBN 101558994114
ISBN 109781558994119

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