Mineralogical and chemical study of coarse octahedrite Morasko (Poland)
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Mineralogical and chemical study of coarse octahedrite Morasko (Poland) by Bogna Dominik

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Published by Zaklad Narodowy Imienia Ossolinskich, Wydawn Polskiej Akademii Nauk in Wroclaw .
Written in English



  • Poland.


  • Meteorites -- Poland.

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Edition Notes

StatementBogna Dominik.
SeriesPrace mineralogiczne ; 47, Prace mineralogiczne ;, 47.
LC ClassificationsQE351 .P6 vol. 47, QE395 .P6 vol. 47
The Physical Object
Pagination61 p., [14] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4306977M
LC Control Number78346337

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