By Jan C. J. Bart
This industrially suitable source covers all tested and rising analytical tools for the deformulation of polymeric fabrics, with emphasis at the non-polymeric elements.
- Each approach is evaluated on its technical and commercial advantages.
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- Extensively illustrated all through with over 2 hundred figures, four hundred tables, and 3,000 references.
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