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Ring Theory: Proceedings of a Conference on Ring Theory Held in Park City, Utah, March 2-6, 1971

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Ring Theory: Proceedings of a Conference on Ring Theory Held in Park City, Utah, March 2-6, 1971 by Robert Gordon

Ring Theory

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Pages: 396
Size: 20.6 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781483274157 (DRM-PDF)

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