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Exergoecology bibliography

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 158 references in this bibliography folder.

Tananaev, IV, Orlovskii, VP, Kourbanov, KM, Khalikov, BS, Osmanov, SO, and Bulgakov, VI (1974).
Evolution of the enthalpy at 298K and entropy at 298K of scandium, yttrium and lanthanide orthophosphates
Doklady Akademia Nauk Tadzhirghistan S.S.S.R, 17(42-44).

Georgescu-Roegen, N (1971).
The Entropy Law and the Economic Process
Harvard University Press, Cambridge Massachussets, London England.

Pruschek, V (1970).
Die exergie der kernbrennstoffe, The exergy of nuclear fuel
Brennstoff-Wärme-Kraft, 22(9):429-434.

Boulding, K (1964).
The entropy trap
In: The Meaning of the Twentieth Century. George Allen & Unwit Ltd. London, chap. The entropy trap, pp. 141-144.

Szargut, J and Styrylska, T (1964).
Approximate evaluation of the exergy of fuels
Brennst. Waerme Kraft, 16(12):589-596.

Bosjankovic, F (1963).
Reference Level of Exergy of Chemically Reacting Systems
Forschung im Ingenieurwesen, 21:151-152.

Szargut, J (1961).
Exergy balance of metallurgical processes
Archiwum Hutnictwa, 6(1):23-60.

Calvo, G, Valero, A, and Valero, A ().
Thermodynamic Approach to Evaluate the Criticality of Raw Materials and Its Application through a Material Flow Analysis in Europe
Journal of Industrial Ecology:n/a–n/a.

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