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Lange's handbook of chemistry.
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE TP151 .L35 14th ed. 1992

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Concise encyclopedia chemistry
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE QD4 .A22

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Handbook of basic tables for chemical analysis
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE QD78 .B78 2003
ISBN: 0849315735

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Hawley's condensed chemical dictionary
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE QD5 .H39 1997
ISBN: 0471292052

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The 100 most important chemical compounds : a reference guide
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE TP9 .M94 2007
ISBN: 9780313337581

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Merck Index: An Encyclopedia of Chemicals, Drugs, and Biologicals
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE RS51 .M47 2006
ISBN: 091191000X

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