Application of spectroscopy to the study of high-temperature gases. by A. G. Gaydon

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Published by Imperial College of Science and Technology in [London] .

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  • Gases,
  • Spectrum analysis

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SeriesInaugural lecture, 1963
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LC ClassificationsQC454 G38
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Pagination17-29p.
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL16629857M

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