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Electronic Journal of New Materials, Energy and Environment

eISSN2367-6868

 

VOLUME 1 | ISSUE 2 | 2015

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Book Review by Alfons G. Buekens, Luc Hens
Environmental Engineering: Principles and Practice 
By Richard O. Mines, Jr. 
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Galina Gromyko, Alexander Ilyuschenko, Nadezhda Matsuka, Alexander Shevtsov, Kiastas Buikus
Modeling of Thermal Processes at Forming a Composite Coating of plastering with SHS-reagents
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Ina Karadashka, Stilijan Tchaoushev, Dimitar Kolev
Starch Enzyme Hydrolysis – Experimental and Kinetics
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      Environmental Engineering: Principles and Practice 
      By Richard O. Mines, Jr.
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