Quantitative relation between properties and microstructure
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Quantitative relation between properties and microstructure proceedings of an international conference, Haifa, Israel, July 27-Aug. 4, 1969. Editors: R.G. Brandon [and] A. Rosen. by International Conference on Quantitative Relation between Properties and Microstructure, Haifa, 1969

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Published by Israel Universities Press in Jerusalem .
Written in English


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ContributionsBrandon, D. G., Rosen, Abraham, 1930-
LC ClassificationsTA459 I46 1969
The Physical Object
Number of Pages548
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18098031M

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