Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Other References
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Also in this Issue:
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Introduction
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Types of Copper-Nickel Alloy
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Resistance to Corrosion and Biofouling
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Fabrication
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Applications Information
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Website Articles
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Other References
- Copper-Nickel Alloys - Marine Supreme: Illustrations
- Medical Uses of Copper in Antiquity
- Electric Motors with High Temperature Cuprate Superconductors in the Rotor