Proceedings of the first five Oil Shale Symposium 1964-1968.

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Other titlesOil Shale Symposium 1964-1968., Symposium on Oil Shale.
ContributionsColorado School of Mines, American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Symposium on Oil Shale
LC ClassificationsTN858 .O51964-1968
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Paginationvii, 911 p. :
Number of Pages911
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Open LibraryOL21622592M

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