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Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 1 by I. Prigogine1
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 2 by I. Prigogine2
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 3 by I. Prigogine3
Advances in Chemical Physics (v. 4)4
Advances in Chemical Physics (v. 5)5
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 6 by Ilya Prigogine6
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 7 by J Duchesne7
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 8 by R Daudel8
Molecular Beams - Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume X by John Ross (editor)10
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 11 by I. Prigogine11
Advances in Chemical Physics (v. 14) by G. Lefebvre14
Stochastic processes in chemical physics by Kurt E. Shuler15
Advances in Chemical Physics (v. 16) by Ilya Prigogine16
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 17 (v. 17) by PRIGOGINE17
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 18 (Vol 18) by Ilya Prigogine18
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 19 by Ilya Prigogine19
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 20 (Vol 20) by Ilya Prigogine20
Chemical Dynamics: Papers in Honor of Henry Eyring (Advances in Chemical Physics) (Vol.21) by J.O. Hirschfelder21
Advances In Chemical Physics, Volume 22 by I. Prigogine22
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 23 (Vol 23) by Ilya Prigogine23
Advances In Chemical Physics, Volume 24 by I. Prigogine24
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 25 (Vol 25) by Ilya Prigogine25
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 26 by Ilya Prigogine26
Aspects of the Study of Surfaces. Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. XXVII (Vol 27) by Ilya Prigogine27
The Excited State in Chemical Physics, Part 1 (Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 28) by Ilya Prigogine28
Advances in Chemical Physics (v. 29)29
Molecular Scattering: Physical and Chemical Applications (Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 30) by K. P. Lawley30
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 31 by PRIGOGINE31
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 32 by Ilya Prigogine32
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 33 (v. 33) by PRIGOGINE33
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 34 by PRIGOGINE *ADVA34
Advances In Chemical Physics, Vol 35 by I. Prigogine35
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 36 (v. 36) by I. Prigogine36
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 37 by Ilya Prigogine37
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 39 by R. Lefever39
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 40 by Ilya Prigogine40
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 41 by Ilya Prigogine41
Potential Energy Surfaces (Advances in Chemical Physics) (v. 42) by K. P. Lawley42
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 43 by Ilya Prigogine43
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 44 (v. 44) by Ilya Prigogine44
The Excited State in Chemical Physics, Part 2 (Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 45) by J.W. McGowan45
Advances In Chemical Physics Volume 46 (v. 46) by Ilya Prigogine46
Photoselective Chemistry, Part 1 (Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 47) by Joshua Jortner47
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 4848
Dynamics of the Excited State (Advances in Chemical Physics) by Kenneth P. Lawley50
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 51 by Ilya Prigogine51
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 52 (Advances in Chemical Physics Series) by Ilya Prigogine52
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 53 by Ilya Prigogine53
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 54 by Ilya Prigogine54
Aspects of Chemical Evolution: Xviith Solvay Conference on Chemistry, Washington, D.C., April 23-April 24, 1980 (Advances in Chemical Physics) (Vol 55) by Gregoire Nicolis55
Advances in Chemical Physics: v. 56 (Advances in Chemical Physics Series: 2-007) by Ilya Prigogine56
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 58 by I. Prigogine58
Photodissociation and Photoionization (Advances in Chemical Physics) (v. 60) by Kenneth P. Lawley60
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 61 by Ilya Prigogine61
Memory Function Approaches to Stochastic Problems in Condensed Matter (Advances in Chemical Physics) by Myron Evans62
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 64 by Ilya Prigogine64
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 66 by Ilya Prigogine66
Ab Initio Methods in Quantum Chemistry/Part 1 (Advances in Chemical Physics) (Vol 67) by Kenneth P. Lawley67.1
Advances in Chemical Physics, AB INITIO Methods in Quantum Chemistry II (Volume 67) by K. P. Lawley67.2
Advances in Chemical Physics: Evolution of Size Effects in Chemical Dynamics, Part 1 by Ilya Prigogine70.1
Advances in Chemical Physics: Evolution of Size Effects in Chemical Dynamics, Part 2 by Ilya Prigogine70.2
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 71: Proteins: A Theoretical Perspective of Dynamics, Structure, and Thermodynamics by Charles L. Brooks71
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 74 by Ilya Prigogine74
Molecule Surface Interactions (Advances in Chemical Physics) (Vol 76) by Kenneth P. Lawley76
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 78 by I. Prigogine78
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 80 by I. Prigogine80
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 83 by I. Prigogine83
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 86 by I. Prigogine86
Advances in Chemical Physics, Relaxation Phenomena in Condensed Matter (Volume 87) by William T. Coffey87
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 89 by I. Prigogine89
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 92 by I. Prigogine92
Advances in Chemical Physics, Polymeric Systems (Volume 94) by I. Prigogine94
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 96 by I. Prigogine96
Resonances, Instability, and Irreversibility, Volume 99, Advances in Chemical Physics by I. Prigogine99
Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 100) by I. Prigogine100
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 102 by I. Prigogine102
Monte Carlo Methods in Chemical Physics, Volume 105, Advances in Chemical Physics by David M. Ferguson105
Advances in Chemical Physics, Electron Transfer--From Isolated Molecules to Biomolecules (Volume 106) by Joshua Jortner106
Advances in Chemical Physics, Electron Transfer--From Isolated Molecules to Biomolecules (Volume 107) by Joshua Jortner107
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 109 by I. Prigogine109
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 111 by I. Prigogine111
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 112 by I. Prigogine112
Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol. 115 by I. Prigogine115
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 119: Modern Nonlinear Optics, Parts 1-3, 2nd Edition by Myron Evans119
Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 85) by Myron W. Evans119.1
Advances in Chemical Physics: Modern Nonlinear Optics, Volume 119, Part 3, 2nd Edition by I. Prigogine119.3
Advances in Chemical Physics, Computational Methods for Protein Folding (Advances in Chemical Physics) by Richard A. Friesner120
Advances in Chemical Physics, The Role of Degenerate States in Chemistry (Volume 124) by Michael Baer124
Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 125) by I. Prigogine125
Advances in Chemical Physics (Vol. 126) by Ilya Prigogine126
Advances in Chemical Physics (Volume 127) by Ilya Prigogine127
Geometric Structures of Phase Space in Multi-dimensional Chaos (Advances in Chemical Physics) by Stuart Alan Rice130
Adventures in Chemical Physics: A Special Volume of Advances in Chemical Physics by R. Stephen Berry132
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