3 edition of Equilibrium thermodynamic data for the H₂-O₂-He system. found in the catalog.
Equilibrium thermodynamic data for the H₂-O₂-He system.
by Institute for Aerospace Studies, University of Toronto] in [Toronto
Written in English
|Series||UTIAS technical note ;, no. 128|
|LC Classifications||TL507 .T6 no. 128, TL785 .T6 no. 128|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v l., 5 p.|
|LC Control Number||72186760|
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