Lectures on Profinite Topics in Group Theory. / Klopsch, Benjamin; Nikolov, Nikolay; Voll, Christopher.

Cambridge University Press, 2011. 158 p. (London Mathematical Society Student Texts; No. 77).

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Lectures on Profinite Topics in Group Theory. / Klopsch, Benjamin; Nikolov, Nikolay; Voll, Christopher.

Cambridge University Press, 2011. 158 p. (London Mathematical Society Student Texts; No. 77).

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Klopsch, B, Nikolov, N & Voll, C 2011, Lectures on Profinite Topics in Group Theory. London Mathematical Society Student Texts, no. 77, Cambridge University Press.

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Klopsch, B., Nikolov, N., & Voll, C. (2011). Lectures on Profinite Topics in Group Theory. (London Mathematical Society Student Texts; No. 77). Cambridge University Press.

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Klopsch B, Nikolov N, Voll C. Lectures on Profinite Topics in Group Theory. Cambridge University Press, 2011. 158 p. (London Mathematical Society Student Texts; 77).

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Klopsch, Benjamin ; Nikolov, Nikolay ; Voll, Christopher. / Lectures on Profinite Topics in Group Theory. Cambridge University Press, 2011. 158 p. (London Mathematical Society Student Texts; 77).

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