Metallography and Microstructure of Ancient and Historic Metals
by David A. Scott
Publisher: Oxford University Press 1991
Number of pages: 176
This book provides an introduction to the structure and morphology of ancient and historic metallic materials. It deals extensively with many practical matters relating to the mounting, preparation, etching, polishing, and microscopy of metallic samples and includes an account of the way in which phase diagrams can be used to assist structural interpretation.
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