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Metallurgical achievements

Metallurgical achievements

selection of papers presented at the Birmingham Metallurgical Society"s Diamond Jubilee session 1963-1964

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Published by Pergamon in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statementeditedby W.O. Alexander.
ContributionsAlexander, William, 1911-, Birmingham Metallurgical Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19691298M

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Metallurgical Achievements is a collection of papers presented at the Birmingham Metallurgical Society's Diamond Jubilee Session Contributors review achievements in the field of metallurgy, paying particular attention to various applications of metals and alloys.

Metallurgical achievements selection of papers presented at the Birmingham Metallurgical Society's diamond jubilee session, [1st ed.] by Birmingham Metallurgical Society.

Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford, New :   Metallurgical Achievements is a collection of papers presented at the Birmingham Metallurgical Society's Diamond Jubilee Session Contributors review achievements in the field of metallurgy, paying particular attention to various applications of metals and Edition: 1.

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