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A study of the vapor pressure of aqueous solutions of cane sugar at twenty degrees.

By Parker, Hugh Klemme

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Title: A study of the vapor pressure of aqueous solutions of cane sugar at twenty degrees.  
Author: Parker, Hugh Klemme
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Language: English
Subject: Vapor pressure, Solution (Chemistry), Sugar
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1921
Publisher: Baltimore, M.D.

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Klemme, 189, P. H. (1921). A study of the vapor pressure of aqueous solutions of cane sugar at twenty degrees.. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; Johns Hopkins University Dissertations; Thesis (Ph.D.)--Johns Hopkins University; Will digitize

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Contributor: The Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries. Digital scans produced from original paper book shelf at library. The digitalization of this book was sponsored by Sloan Foundation; Additional Subject Descriptions: Vapor pressure; Solution (Chemistry); Sugar

 

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