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new model of the molecular bond by Donald Greenspan

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Published by University of Texas at Arlington, Dept. of Mathematics, Research Center for Advanced Study in Arlington, Tex .
Written in English


  • Molecules -- Mathematical models

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Includes bibliographical references.

Statementby Donald Greenspan.
SeriesTR / University of Texas at Arlington, Dept. of Mathematics, Research Center for Advanced Study -- #281., Technical report (University of Texas at Arlington. Research Center for Advanced Study) -- #281.
ContributionsUniversity of Texas at Arlington. Research Center for Advanced Study.
The Physical Object
Pagination15 leaves :
Number of Pages15
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Open LibraryOL17457320M

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