Chemical conversions in supercritical media: Environmentally sound approaches to processes and materials [report]

C. Burns, S. Borkowsky, S. Buelow, D. Langlois, R. LeLacheur, M. Mitchell, B. Tumas, P. Williams, R. Waymouth
1996 unpublished
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