Microwave Solutions for Ceramic Engineers

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David E. Clark, Diane C. Folz, Carlos E. Folgar, Morsi M. Mahmoud
Wiley, Jan 3, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 494 pages
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This book is a summary of microwave processing research, processing and characterization tools, and applications specifically applicable to ceramic engineers. It will serve as an update/summary of research related to microwave processing of ceramic materials and as an introductory book to those wishing to initiate microwave studies or who wish to determine the potential applications in their area of expertise.

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Donald Clark is Professor of History and Director of International Programs at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. He earned his Ph.D. in East Asian history at Harvard University and is a leader in the field of Korean Studies. His publications include CHRISTIANITY IN MODERN KOREA (1986), CULTURE AND CUSTOMS OF KOREA (2000), and LIVING DANGEROUSLY IN KOREA, 1900-1950 (2003) as well as contributions to THE KWANGJU UPRISING (1988), the Asia Society's Korea Briefing series, and the CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF CHINA.

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