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Essential Readings in Magnesium Technology

This is a compilation of the best papers in the history of Magnesium Technology, a definitive annual reference in the field of magnesium production and related light metals technologies. The volume contains a strong topical mix of application and fundamental research articles on magnesium technology. Magnesium Technology History and Overview Electrolytic and Thermal Primary Production Melting, Refining, Recycling, and Life-Cycle Analysis Casting and Solidification Alloy and Microstructural Design Wrought Processing Modeling and Simulation Joining Corrosion, Surface Treatment, and Coating

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