Chemical regulation and regulatory information in the UK
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Chemical regulation and regulatory information in the UK by Margaret Gair

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Published by [Aslib Chemical Group?] in [s.l.] .
Written in English

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StatementMargaret Gair.
SeriesAslib Chemical Group occasional paper -- no.2
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Open LibraryOL20037093M

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