Microfractography; an introduction to the techniques and applications by Henry, Guy

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Published by Éditions Métaux in [Paris] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Fractography.,
  • Metals -- Fracture.,
  • Electron microscopy.

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Statementby G. Henry and J. Plateau, with the collaboration of L. Roesch. Translated from the French by B. Thomas. Pref. by C. Crussard.
ContributionsPlateau, J., joint author., Roesch, L., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsTN690 .H43
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Pagination2 v. (loose-leaf)
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Open LibraryOL5689537M
LC Control Number70008761

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