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Mineralogy of amber from the overthrust zone of the Soviet Carpathians

, : Mineralogy of amber from the overthrust zone of the Soviet Carpathians. Mineralogicheskiy Sbornik (L'vov) 22, Part 4(Pages 410-412

Lumps to 100 g, physical and chemical properties, comparison with other varieties of amber, in upper Eocene sandstones, Ukraine.


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