Foundations of Materials Science and Engineering

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McGraw-Hill, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 908 pages
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Provides an overview of engineering materials for undergraduate students. This title is designed to reflect technologies and materials types being used in industry. Through explanations, worked-out examples, illustrations and photos, and a set of online resources, it provides an introduction to the science and engineering of materials.

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How can anyone write a review for a book with ZERO information. They do not even allow reading the introduction, the contents or the preface, let alone any preview of the chapters. I would not recommend anyone to by it so blindly!!!

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