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University chemistry teaching
Nairobi University. Department of Chemistry. International Conference on University Chemistry Teaching
|Statement||by Nairobi Science Office for Africa ; edited by D. McCormick and P.J. Towse.|
|Contributions||McCormick, D., Towse, P. J., Unesco. Field Science Office for Africa., Conference on University Chemistry Teaching (1971 : Nairobi)|
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