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By Professor Yasuhiko Arai, Professor Takeshi Sako (auth.), Professor Yasuhiko Arai, Professor Takeshi Sako, Dr. Yoshihiro Takebayashi (eds.)

New processing equipment govern the development in physical-chemical know-how. the potential for supercritical fluid tools is gifted in a entire manner during this ebook. at the foundation of a cautious dialogue of actual and chemical ideas, the applying of this technique in method know-how is demonstrated.

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