By Charles H. Drummond III
This booklet presents a state of the art selection of papers offered on the 67th convention on Glass difficulties on the Ohio nation collage, October 31-November 1, 2006.
presents a cutting-edge selection of contemporary papers on glass difficulties as awarded on the 67th convention on Glass Problems.
Sections on furnaces, refractories, uncooked fabrics, and environmental matters are incorporated.
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