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Mass and charge transport in inorganic materials II

proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on "Mass and Charge Transport in Inorganic Materials" of the Forum on New Materials, part of CIMTEC 2002, 10th International Ceramics Congress and 3rd Forum on New Materials : Florence, Italy, July 14-18, 2002
  • 421 Pages
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  • English
Techna , Faenza (Ravenna)
Mass transfer -- Congresses., Charge transfer -- Congresses., Inorganic compounds -- Congre
Other titlesMass and charge transport in inorganic materials two, Mass and charge transport in inorganic materials 2, CIMTEC 2002
Statementedited by P. Vincenzini, V. Buscaglia.
SeriesAdvances in science and technology -- 37, Advances in science and technology (Faenza, Italy) -- 37.
ContributionsVincenzini, P., 1939-, Buscaglia, V.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 421 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20140282M
ISBN 108886538391

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