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Innovation and U.S Research

Innovation and U.S Research



Based on a symposium sponsored by the Industrial Research Institute and the ACS Divisions of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry and Chemical Marketing and Economics at the 178th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Washington D.C, Sept 9-14, 1979

Publisher: American Chemical Society, Washington D.C, 1980

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