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This new title is available in the library now:
Computer simulation of liquids by Michael Patrick Allen (2 Q 27).
You can find it in the library’s new acquisition section.
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||18 F 35
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||Molecular and laser spectroscopy
||22 A 77
|Phillips, Estelle M. [Auth.]…
||How to get a PhD
||70 Z 47
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