Symposium on radioisotopes presented at the second Pacific area national meeting, LosAngeles, Calif., September 21 1956 by Symposium on Radioisotopes (1956 Los Angeles)

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StatementAmerican Society for Testing Materials.
SeriesASTM Special Technical Publication -- No.215
ContributionsAmerican Society for Testing and Materials.
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