From nanometres to gigapascals
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From nanometres to gigapascals cementing the future by Mark G. Alexander

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Published by University of Cape Town in Cape Town .
Written in English


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StatementMark G. Alexander.
SeriesInaugural lecture / University of Cape Town. New series -- no.175, Inaugural lecture (University of Cape Town) -- no.175.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21899437M
ISBN 100799214825
OCLC/WorldCa29737460

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