Celebrating ASM's First 100 Years in Supporting Materials Innovation

June 2013
Advanced Materials & Processes;Jun2013, Vol. 171 Issue 6, p26
Academic Journal
A timeline is presented that shows the achievements of the American Society of Materials (ASM) International in supporting innovation in materials development from 1913 to 2013.


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