ref.

ref.

abbreviation for
1. (General Sporting Terms) referee
2. reference
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ref.

abbr (=with reference to) → réf
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Lee and Donovan (ref. 3) observed that carbon black facilitated strain-induced crystallization and also increased the size of the crystallized zone at the stressed crack tip of carbon black filled NR.