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Works under MDS 666.8
- Design and Control of Concrete Mixtures by Steven H. Kosmatka
- The diamond makers by Robert M. Hazen
- From Cement to Bridge (Start to Finish Book) by Ali Mitgutsch
- Concrete Technology by A. Neville
- Ultrananocrystalline Diamond: Synthesis, Properties, and Applications by Olga A. Shenderova
- Concrete : properties and manufacture by T. N. W. Akroyd
- Application of Super Absorbent Polymers (SAP) in Concrete Construction: State-of-the-Art Report Prepared by Technical Committee 225-SAP (RILEM State-of-the-Art Reports) by Viktor Mechtcherine
- Synthetic diamond films preparation, electrochemistry, characterization, and applications by Enric Brillas
- Guter beton : Ratschläge für die richtige Betonherstellung by Robert Weber
- Gemstone Enhancement: Heat, Irradiation, Impregnation, Dyeing, and Other Treatments Which Alter the Appearance of Gemstones, and the Detection of Such Treatments by Kurt Nassau
- Diamond and diamond-like films and coatings by Robert E. Clausing
- Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference on Composites and Advanced Ceramic Materials January 19-24, 1986, Holiday Inn of Cocoa Beach, Cocoa Beach, Florida by Donald R. Messier
- Advances in ready mixed concrete technology : proceedings of the first International Conference on Ready-Mixed Concrete held at Dundee University, 29th September-1 October, 1975 by Ravindra K. Dhir
- Fly Ash in Concrete: Properties and performance (Rilem Report 7) by K. Wesche
- Concrete Mixture Proportioning: A Scientific Approach (Modern Concrete Technology) by Francois de Larrard
- Man-made Gemstones by Dennis Elwell
- Concrete problems : causes, and cures by John C. Ropke
- Identifying Man-Made Gems by Michael O'Donoghue
- Applications of diamond films and related materials : proceedings of the First International Conference on the Applications of Diamond Films and Related Materials : ADC '91, Auburn, Alabama, U.S.A., August 17-22, 1991 by Y. Tzeng
- Recycling of Demolished Concrete and Masonry (Rilem Report, No 6) by T. C. Hansen
- Chemical Admixtures for Concrete by Noe Mailvaganam
- Cement and concrete chemistry by Wieslaw Kurdowski
- Adhesion problems in the recycling of concrete by Pieter C. Kreijger
- Handbook of Zeolite Science and Technology by Scott M. Auerbach
- Mullite by Hartmut Schneider
- Concrete Materials, Second Edition: Properties, Specifications, and Testing by Sandor Popovics
- Nuevos materiales puzolánicos a partir de un residuo papelero para la industria del cemento by Olga Rodríguez
- Chemistry of Zeolites and Related Porous Materials: Synthesis and Structure by Ruren Xu
- Artificial Gemstones by Michael O'Donoghue
- Supplementary cementing materials in concrete by Michael D. A. Thomas
- Designing green cement plants by S.P. Deolalkar
- Metal microstructures in zeolites preparation, properties, applications : proceedings of a workshop, Bremen, September 22-24, 1982 by Peter A. Jacobs
- Waste materials used in concrete manufacturing by Satish Chandra
- Microwave-assisted concrete technology : production, demolition, and recycling by K. C. G. Ong
- Inclusion chemistry with zeolites : nanoscale materials by design by Norman Herron
- Binders, materials and technologies in modern construction II : selected, peer reviewed papers from the International Conference Silicate Binders 2015, December 3, 2015, Brno, Czech Republic by Karel Dvořák
- Synthetic gems, production techniques (Chemical technology review) by Lee Yaverbaum
- Sustainability improvements in the concrete industry : use of recycled materials for structural concrete production by Carlo Pellegrino
- Hygrische Eigenschaften des Zementsteins by Christian Duckheim
- The physics of diamond : Varenna on Lake Como, Villa Monastero, 23 July-2 August, 1996 by A. Paoletti
- Concrete admixtures handbook : properties, science, and technology by V. S. Ramachandran
- Interaction of cement and admixtures and its influence on rheological properties by Stefan Kubens
- Detonation nanodiamonds : science and applications by Alexander Ya. Vul'
- Planungshilfe Biogasanlagen aus Beton : Planung, Bemessung, Ausführung by Matthias Middel
- Binders, materials and technologies in modern construction III : selected, peer reviewed papers from the ICBM-International Conference Binders and Materials 2016, December 8, 2016, Brno, Czech Republic by Karel Dvořák
- Gems made by man by Kurt Nassau
- Special concrete and composites 2016 : selected peer reviewed papers from the 13th International Conference "Special Concrete and Composite 2016", October 13-14, 2016, Skalsky Dvur, Czech Republic by Pavel Reiterman
- Low-pressure synthetic diamond : manufacturing and applications by Bernhard Dischler
- Handbook of alkali-activated cements, mortars and concretes by F. Pacheco-Torgal
- The Diamond Formula: Diamond Synthesis: A Gemmological Perspective by Amanda Barnard
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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