Chemical equilibrium analysis of combustion products at constant volume.
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Published by Department of Aerospace Science and Engineering, University of Toronto in Toronto .
Written in English

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Pagination232 p.
Number of Pages232
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Open LibraryOL21817138M
ISBN 100612635813

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