By Robert B. Heimann
According to the author's lectures to graduate scholars of geosciences, physics, chemistry and fabrics technology, this didactic instruction manual covers easy elements of ceramics akin to composition and constitution in addition to such complex issues as attaining particular functionalities by way of selecting the best fabrics. the focal point lies at the thermal transformation tactics of average uncooked fabrics to reach at conventional structural ceramics and at the basic actual ideas of complex sensible ceramics. The ebook hence presents practice-oriented details to readers in examine, improvement and engineering on how you can comprehend, make and increase ceramics and derived items, whereas additionally serving as a speedy reference for the practitioner. the alternative of themes and elegance of presentation make it both beneficial for chemists, fabrics scientists, engineers and mineralogists.
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Classic and Advanced Ceramics by Robert B. Heimann