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Materials Handbook : A Concise Desktop Reference (2000)

by François Cardarelli

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The Materials Handbook: A Concise Desktop Reference is dedicated to my father, Antonio, and my mother, Claudine, to my sister, Elsa, and to my spouse Louise Saint-Amour for their love and support. I want also to express my thanks to my two parents and my uncle Consalvo Cardarelli, which in close collaboration have provided valuable financial support when I was a teenager to contribute to my first fully equipped geological and chemical laboratory and to my personal comprehensive scientific library. This was the starting point of my strong and extensive interest in both science and technology, and excessive consumption of scientific and technical literature. (1st edition)
The Materials Handbook: A Concise Desktop Reference is dedicated to my father, Antonio, and my mother, Claudine, to my sister, Elsa, and to my wife Elizabeth I.R. Cardarelli for their love and support. I want also to express my thanks to my two parents and my uncle Consalvo Cardarelli, which in close collaboration have provided valuable financial support when I was a teenager to contribute to my first fully equipped geological and chemical laboratory and to my personal comprehensive scientific library. This was the starting point of my strong and extensive interest in both science and technology, and excessive consumption of scientific and technical literature. (2nd edition)
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Despite the wide availability of several comprehensive series in materials sciences and metallurgy, it is difficult to find grouped properties either on metals and alloys, traditional and advanced ceramics, refractories, polymers and elastomers, composites, minerals and rocks, soils, woods, cement, and building materials in a single-volume source book. (Introduction of 2nd edition)
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