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Handbook of adhesion, 2d ed.


Handbook of adhesion, 2d ed.

Ed. by D. E. Packham.

John Wiley & Sons


638 pages




Packham (University of Bath, UK) presents a handbook on many aspects of the science and technology associated with adhesion and adhesives. The book is intended to fill the gap between the simplified treatment of a student text and the thorough treatment of a research monograph or review article. The scope of the handbook includes background in physics, chemistry, and materials science, as well as engineering and aspects of adhesion relevant to the use of adhesives, sealants, paints and coatings, printing, and composite materials. Entries, most 1-4 pages long, are organized alphabetically by title. The table of contents lists entries alphabetically by title and also by category, but does not include page numbers. This second edition is updated to reflect current practice.

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