1 edition of Mineral phases in biology found in the catalog.
Mineral phases in biology
|Statement||organized and edited by A.Miller, David Phillips, and R.J.P.Williams.|
|Series||Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London -- Vol.304, no. 1121, 13 February-1984, pp 409-591|
|Contributions||Miller, A., Phillips, David, Sir, 1924-, Williams, R. J. P., Royal Society.|
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