1 edition of Communication among scientists and engineers. found in the catalog.
Communication among scientists and engineers.
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|Statement||Edited by Carnot E. Nelson [and] Donald K. Pollock.|
|Contributions||Nelson, Carnot E., 1941- ed., Pollock, Donald K., ed.|
|LC Classifications||Q223 .C655|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 346 p.|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||71129156|
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Communication: The Essence of Science. Facilitating Information Exchange Among Librarians, Scientists, Engineers and Students (Book Review) Author(s): White, Herbert S.
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[William D Garvey]. Communication among scientists and engineers. Lexington, Mass: Heath Lexington Books. MLA Citation. Nelson, Carnot E. and Pollock, Donald K. Communication among scientists and engineers. Edited by Carnot E.
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