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effect of lubricants on the bulk, compression properties, and drape of wool batting by J. D. Watt

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Published by Wronz in Christchurch .
Written in English


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Statementby J.D.Watt, P.E.Ingham and B.L.Aitken.
SeriesWronz report -- no.R137
ContributionsIngham, P. E., Aitken, B. L., Wool Research Organisation of New Zealand.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20878874M
ISBN 100908699077

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