Dictionary of ceramics

pottery, glass, vitreous enamels, refractories, clay building materials, cement and concrete, electroceramics, special ceramics. by A. E. Dodd

Publisher: G. Newnes in London

Written in English
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GenreDictionaries.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 362 p.
Number of Pages362
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Open LibraryOL13582525M
OCLC/WorldCa26253749

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Dictionary of ceramics by A. Dodd,G. Newnes edition, in English - [2d ed., rev. and enl.]Cited by: About this book The third edition of the Dictionary of Ceramic Science and Engineering builds on the heavily revised 2nd edition which, in turn, expanded the original edition by some entries to include new fabrication, testing, materials, and vocabulary.

An Illustrated Dictionary of Ceramics: Defining 3, Terms Relating to Wares, Materials, Processes, Styles, Patterns, and Shapes From Antiquity to the Present Day.

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