Apatites and their Synthetic Analogues
by Petr Ptacek (ed.)
Publisher: InTech 2016
Number of pages: 514
Apatite-type minerals and their synthetic analogues are of interest of many industrial branches and scientific disciplines including material sciences, chemical industry, agriculture, geology, medicine and dentistry. This book provides a basic overview of general knowledges of this topic in order to provide the comprehensive survey from a scientific and technological perspective.
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