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Meeting Abstracts| January 1958
VOIDS, PORES AND TOTAL AIR SPACE OF CARBON DIOXIDE ABSORBENTS
E. S. BROWN, M.D.
E. S. BROWN, M.D.
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Accepted for publication August 12, 1957. The author is in the Department of Anesthesiology, Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo 3, New York.
Anesthesiology January 1958, Vol. 19, 1–6.
E. S. BROWN; VOIDS, PORES AND TOTAL AIR SPACE OF CARBON DIOXIDE ABSORBENTS. Anesthesiology 1958; 19:1–6 doi: https://doi.org/10.1097/00000542-195801000-00001
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