Photochemical processes in polymer chemistry plenary and main lectures presented at the international symposium held at Leuven, Belgium on 12-15 June 1972 /symposium editors: F. C. De Schryver and G. Smets. -. by Belgium) International Symposium on Photochemical Processes in Polymer Chemistry (1972 : Louvain

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  • Polymers and polymerization -- Congresses,
  • Photochemistry -- Congresses

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SeriesPure and applied chemistry -- v. 34, -- no. 2
ContributionsSchryver, F.C. de, Smets, Georges, 1915-, Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry. Macromolecular Division
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Paginationvi, 171-352 p.:
Number of Pages352
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