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Elementary science of metals by J. W. Martin

Elementary science of metals by J. W. Martin <h2>Acta Crystallographica Section A</h2><h3>Crystal Physics, Diffraction, Theoretical and General Crystallography</h3><h3>0567-7394</h3> <h2>book reviews</h2> Volume 27 Part 5 Page 507 September 1971 <h2> Elementary science of metals by J. W. Martin</h2> B. Post Elementary science of metals. Wykeham Science Se- ries No. 1. By J.W. MARTIN. Pp. 135. London: Wy- keham Publications, 1969. Price £1. The aim of the Wykeham Science Series is 'to broaden the outlook of the senior grammar school pupil and to intro- duce the undergraduate to the present state of science as a university study'. The subject of this volume is the structural and mechanical aspects of physical metallurgy; this is an appropriate topic for treatment at this level, and a good choice as number one of the series. Sixth formers and under- graduates studying physics or chemistry will find that the book opens their minds to a whole area of science of great practical importance, but which is often barely touched on by such students. The book is most welcome, and one hopes that it will be widely read by the audience for whom it is written. The first half of the book deals with bonding, crystal structure, polycrystalline structures, alloys and phase dia- grams. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta Crystallographica Section A: Crystal Physics, Diffraction, Theoretical and General Crystallography International Union of Crystallography

Elementary science of metals by J. W. Martin

Elementary science of metals by J. W. Martin


Abstract

<h2>Acta Crystallographica Section A</h2><h3>Crystal Physics, Diffraction, Theoretical and General Crystallography</h3><h3>0567-7394</h3> <h2>book reviews</h2> Volume 27 Part 5 Page 507 September 1971 <h2> Elementary science of metals by J. W. Martin</h2> B. Post Elementary science of metals. Wykeham Science Se- ries No. 1. By J.W. MARTIN. Pp. 135. London: Wy- keham Publications, 1969. Price £1. The aim of the Wykeham Science Series is 'to broaden the outlook of the senior grammar school pupil and to intro- duce the undergraduate to the present state of science as a university study'. The subject of this volume is the structural and mechanical aspects of physical metallurgy; this is an appropriate topic for treatment at this level, and a good choice as number one of the series. Sixth formers and under- graduates studying physics or chemistry will find that the book opens their minds to a whole area of science of great practical importance, but which is often barely touched on by such students. The book is most welcome, and one hopes that it will be widely read by the audience for whom it is written. The first half of the book deals with bonding, crystal structure, polycrystalline structures, alloys and phase dia- grams.

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International Union of Crystallography
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Copyright (c) 1971 International Union of Crystallography
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0567-7394
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10.1107/S0567739471001128
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<h2>Acta Crystallographica Section A</h2><h3>Crystal Physics, Diffraction, Theoretical and General Crystallography</h3><h3>0567-7394</h3> <h2>book reviews</h2> Volume 27 Part 5 Page 507 September 1971 <h2> Elementary science of metals by J. W. Martin</h2> B. Post Elementary science of metals. Wykeham Science Se- ries No. 1. By J.W. MARTIN. Pp. 135. London: Wy- keham Publications, 1969. Price £1. The aim of the Wykeham Science Series is 'to broaden the outlook of the senior grammar school pupil and to intro- duce the undergraduate to the present state of science as a university study'. The subject of this volume is the structural and mechanical aspects of physical metallurgy; this is an appropriate topic for treatment at this level, and a good choice as number one of the series. Sixth formers and under- graduates studying physics or chemistry will find that the book opens their minds to a whole area of science of great practical importance, but which is often barely touched on by such students. The book is most welcome, and one hopes that it will be widely read by the audience for whom it is written. The first half of the book deals with bonding, crystal structure, polycrystalline structures, alloys and phase dia- grams.

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Acta Crystallographica Section A: Crystal Physics, Diffraction, Theoretical and General CrystallographyInternational Union of Crystallography

Published: Sep 1, 1971

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