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Measuring the temperature of moving yarn

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Translated from Khimicheskie Volokna, No. 6. pp. 32–33. November–December. 1976.

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Bratukhin, A.V., Burkov, A.N. & Isakov, V.F. Measuring the temperature of moving yarn. Fibre Chem 8, 609–610 (1977).

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