Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark

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Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark. / Larsen, Henrik Fred.

Global Risk-Based Management of Chemical Additives Volume 1: Production, Usage and Environmental Occurrence. Springer, 2012. p. 167-181 (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; No. 18).

Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter – Annual report year: 2011

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Larsen, HF 2012, 'Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark'. in Global Risk-Based Management of Chemical Additives Volume 1: Production, Usage and Environmental Occurrence. Springer, pp. 167-181. The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, no. 18

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Larsen, H. F. (2012). Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark. In Global Risk-Based Management of Chemical Additives Volume 1: Production, Usage and Environmental Occurrence. (pp. 167-181). Springer. (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; No. 18).

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Larsen HF. 2012. Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark. In Global Risk-Based Management of Chemical Additives Volume 1: Production, Usage and Environmental Occurrence. Springer. pp. 167-181. (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; No. 18).

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Larsen, Henrik Fred "Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark". Global Risk-Based Management of Chemical Additives Volume 1: Production, Usage and Environmental Occurrence. Springer. 2012. 167-181. (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; Journal number 18).

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Larsen HF. Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark. In Global Risk-Based Management of Chemical Additives Volume 1: Production, Usage and Environmental Occurrence. Springer. 2012. p. 167-181. (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; No. 18).

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Larsen, Henrik Fred / Case Study on Printed Matter in Denmark.

Global Risk-Based Management of Chemical Additives Volume 1: Production, Usage and Environmental Occurrence. Springer, 2012. p. 167-181 (The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry; No. 18).

Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter – Annual report year: 2011

Bibtex

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