1 edition of Mineralogy of ceramics found in the catalog.
Mineralogy of ceramics
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|Statement||edited by D. Taylor and P.S. Rogers ; [papers presented at a joint meeting of the Applied Mineralogy Group of the Mineralogical Society and the Basic Science Section of the British Ceramic Society, Imperial College, London, on 18th-19th December, 1978].|
|Series||Proceedings of the British Ceramic Society ;, no. 28, June 1979, Proceedings of the British Ceramic Society ;, no. 28.|
|Contributions||Taylor, D., Rogers, P. S. 1931-, Mineralogical Society (Great Britain). Applied Mineralogy Group., British Ceramic Society. Basic Science Section.|
|LC Classifications||TP790 .B73 no. 28, TP810 .B73 no. 28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||305 p. :|
|Number of Pages||305|
|LC Control Number||82105676|
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MINERALOGY OF CERAMICS p73 /,(),;)~ //-J; Edited by Dr. D. TAYLOR 15 Leigh Road, Congleton, Cheshire. and Dr. P. S. ROGERS Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science Imperial College, London Y.-ROCEEDINGS OF THE~ITISH Y CERAMIC SOCIETY No. 28 JUNE Published by the British Ceramic Society Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent.Corrosion behaviour is one of the most poorly understood characteristics of ceramics.
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