2 edition of Production of natural gas substitutes by pressure hydrogasification of oils found in the catalog.
Production of natural gas substitutes by pressure hydrogasification of oils
Henry Robert Linden
1954 by Institute of Gas Technology in Chicago .
|Other titles||Gas substitutes by pressure hydrogasification.|
|Statement||by H. R. Linden, J. J. Guyer [and] E. S. Pettyjohn. Sponsored by the Gas Production Research Committee of the American Gas Association.|
|Series||Institute of Gas Technology. Interim report|
|LC Classifications||TP751.5 .L5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||55004074|
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