World survey of nonferrous smelters proceedings of Symposium on World Survey of Nonferrous Smelters, sponsored by the Pyrometallurgical Committee of TMS, at the TMS-AIME annual meeting in Phoenix, January 25-29, 1988 by Symposium on World Survey of Nonferrous Smelters (1988 Phoenix, Arizona)

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  • Nonferrous metals -- Metallurgy.

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Statementedited by John C. Taylor and Heinrich R. Traulsen.
ContributionsTraulsen, Heinrich R., Taylor, John C. 1932-, Metallurgical Society of AIME. Pyrometallurgical Committee, Metallurgical Society of AIME. Meeting
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LC ClassificationsTN758 .S95 1988
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Paginationix, 399 p. :
Number of Pages399
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Open LibraryOL21596214M
ISBN 100873390261
LC Control Number87-42883

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