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A life-cycle comparison between inorganic and biological catalysis for the production of biodiesel

Show simple item record Harding, K.G. Dennis, J.S. von Blottnitz, H. Harrison, S.T.L. 2020-10-30T11:07:18Z 2020-10-30T11:07:18Z 2007 2007
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dc.publisher Journal of Cleaner Production en_ZA
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dc.subject Organic Chemistry en_ZA
dc.subject Chemical Sciences en_ZA
dc.subject Natural Sciences en_ZA
dc.subject Engineering en_ZA
dc.title A life-cycle comparison between inorganic and biological catalysis for the production of biodiesel en_ZA
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