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Anthropogenic Compounds by Dr. R. F. Addison, Dr. A. B. McKague, Dr. Å. Larsson, Dr. D. J. McLeay, Prof. Dr. P. E. Ney, Dr. G. A. Parker, Dr. D. Rivin, Dr. G. Sundström, Dr. M. Tarkpea, Dr. C. C. Walden (auth.)