Recent Advances in Science and Technology of Materials

Volume 2

  • Adli Bishay

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Polymers

  3. Glass

  4. Composites and Ceramics

    1. A. Abdel Ghani, N. Z. Mirasov
      Pages 219-227
    2. A. A. Fahmy, A. Ragai El-Lozy
      Pages 235-244
    3. A. A. Fahmy, A. Ragai El-Lozy
      Pages 245-259
    4. W. I. Abdel Fattah, A. T. Hussein
      Pages 267-283
  5. Metallurgy

    1. Theo Z. Kattamis, Walter R. Mohn
      Pages 307-314
    2. A. A. Abou-Zahra, P. Blanchard, F. H. Hammad
      Pages 315-330
    3. J. Matej, V. Hulínský
      Pages 339-352
    4. M. Adib, M. Salama, A. Abdel-Kawi, I. Hamouda, S. El-Miniway, M. El-Kousht
      Pages 419-425
    5. M. O. Bargouth
      Pages 427-434
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 435-449

About this book


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Editors and affiliations

  • Adli Bishay
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  1. 1.Solid State and Materials Research CenterAmerican University in CairoCairoEgypt

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