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Abstracts of ASRCT Technical Reports 1965-70


, : Abstracts of ASRCT Technical Reports 1965-70. Abstracts of ASRCT Technical Reports 1965-70: 91

This publication includes abstracts of technical reports published in 1965-70 by the Applied Scientific Research Corporation of Thailand in cooperation with other scientific bodies in Thailand. The reports present the results of various scientific research programmes and miscellaneous investigations and are produced in mimeograph form primarily for internal use and for distribution among organizations cooperating in the research.

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