|LC Classifications||TP670 .W17 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||940|
|LC Control Number||56006695|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Warth, Albin Henry, Chemistry and technology of waxes. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp.  (OCoLC) Get this from a library! The chemistry and technology of waxes.. [A H Warth] -- Chemical components of waxes. The natural waxes. Fossil waxes, earth waxes, peat waxes, montana waxes, and lignite paraffins. Petroleum waxes. Synthetic waxes. Commercial modified, blended, and. The 13 chapters found in the book are entitled: “Some Laboratory Procedures,” “Temperature and Its Measurement," “The Expansivities ofSolids and Liquids,” “The Dynamical. About this Book Catalog Record Details. The chemistry and technology of waxes / by Albin Henry Warth. Warth, Albin Henry, View full catalog record.
: The Chemistry And Technology Of Waxes: Exlibrary, usual markings. Clear tape on cover. Cover wear and stains. Hard to read. Spine label; pages. The chemistry and technology of waxes, by Albin H. Warth. Reinhold Publishing Corporation, W. 42nd St., New Y N. Y. viii + pp. 15 × 23 cm. Price $ The chemistry and technology of waxes. New 2nd ed. By Albin H. Warth. Reinhold Publishing Co., New York, vii + pp. 16 × cm. Price $ Registered users can save articles, searches, and manage email alerts. All registration fields are required.
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