Automatic control in the chemical process and allied industries

comprising papers (with discussions) read at a conference held on14-16 April, 1964, at the Donnan Laboratories, University of Liverpool.
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Society of Chemical Industry, Gordon and Breach , London, New York
Chemical industry -- Automation -- Congresses., Chemical process control -- Congre
ContributionsLiverpool. University. Donnan Laboratories., Society of Chemical Industry (Great Britain)
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