Nuclear arms technologies in the 1990"s, Washington, DC, 1988

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American Institute of Physics , New York
Nuclear weapons -- Congresses., Nuclear warfare -- Congre
Statementeditors, Dietrich Schroeer, David Hafemeister.
SeriesAIP conference proceedings ;, 178, AIP conference proceedings ;, no. 178.
ContributionsSchroeer, Dietrich., Hafemeister, David W., American Institute of Physics.
LC ClassificationsU263 .N736 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination476 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2070040M
ISBN 100883183781
LC Control Number88083262

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