Advanced characterization techniques for ceramics

by Pacific Coast Regional Meeting (41st 1988 San Francisco, Calif.)

Publisher: American Ceramic Society in Westerville, Ohio

Written in English
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  • Ceramic materials -- Testing -- Congresses.

Edition Notes

Statementedited by Wayne S. Young, Gary L. McVay, Gordon E. Pike.
SeriesCeramic transactions ;, v. 5
ContributionsYoung, Wayne S., McVay, G. L., Pike, Gordon E., American Ceramic Society. Electronics Division., Materials Research Society.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTA455.C43 P33 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 440 p. :
Number of Pages440
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2198163M
ISBN 10094490419X
LC Control Number89017924

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