The simplest and such a lot entire single-volume resource on hand at the compositions, homes, choice, and purposes of nonferrous metals and alloys. the main large assurance is dedicated to the main prevalent alloy households, together with aluminum, titanium, and copper. positive aspects 1,800 illustrations and 1000s of tables and information sheets overlaying alloy designations, compositions, homes, and function.
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