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The Cracking art in 1927-

Related Names: Egloff, Gustav 1886-
Language(s): English
Published: Chicago, Ill., Universal oil products company [1928-
Subjects: Petroleum > Patents.
Cracking process
Note: Editors: 1927- Gustav Egloff (with C. D. Lowry, Jr., 1927-29; R. E. Schaad, 1928-29; Badona L. Levinson, 1930-33; Margaret Hermann, 1930-31; Emma Crandal, 1934-36; martha M. Doty, 1935-37; Jane F. Jordan, 1937)
1927 issue has no series title.
"Part appeared in Journal of the Institution of petroleum technologists, May 1935, August 1936." "Part appear[ed] in Petroleum technology" 1936-37.
Issues for 1927-1933 reprinted from the Journal of the Institution of petroleum technologists, August 1928, March 1930, April 1932, April 1933, May 1934.
Includes patent abstracts.
Physical Description: v. plates, diagrs. 23 cm.
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