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Carbon Dioxide Chemistry. Environmental Issues by J.P. Pradier and C.M. Pradier (Eds.)

By J.P. Pradier and C.M. Pradier (Eds.)

This ebook derives from a workshop held in Sweden to check the environmental implications of the dramatic elevate in carbon dioxide degrees within the surroundings within the final 50 years and to discover methods of mitigating greenhouse fuel emissions. This multi-disciplinary strategy makes it crucial interpreting not just for chemists yet for all engineers, biologists and environmentalists eager about this crucially vital factor

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