BRIQUETTING OF ZINC CARBONATE FINES USING STATISTICAL DESIGN TECHNIQUE

1994-09-08
HICYILMAZ, C
AKDOGAN, G
OZBAYOGLU, G
AKDEMIR, U

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Citation Formats
C. HICYILMAZ, G. AKDOGAN, G. OZBAYOGLU, and U. AKDEMIR, “BRIQUETTING OF ZINC CARBONATE FINES USING STATISTICAL DESIGN TECHNIQUE,” 1994, p. 439, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67553.