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V, The American Ceramic Society, 1990. vii + 382 p. figures, tables, index, references. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.
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The Changing Roles of Ceramics in Society: 26,000 . These next-generation applications will also extend the role of the building controls system to include enterprise-wide information integration, management and control. If technology is the wave to ride into the future, then the building controls industry is using standards as its surfboard. Functions and uses of archaeological ceramics. In Kingery, W. D. (e.,The Changing Roles of Ceramics in Society: 26,000 . to the Present, Ceramics and Civilization Vol. V, American Ceramic Society, Westerville, O. oogle Scholar. to the Present, American Ceramic Society, Westerville, OH, pp. 1–10. Women and prehistoric pottery production.
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William David Kingery (July 27, 1926 – July 8, 2000) was an American material scientist who developed systematic methods for the study of ceramics. For his work, he was awarded the Kyoto Prize in 1999. Kingery was born on July 27, 1926 in White Plains, New York, one of four children. His father was a doctor in private practice. At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), he majored in inorganic chemistry, receiving his BSc in 1948.
CONTENTS Definition of ceramics and overview. C4H494) REFERENCES 1. Kingery W D, The Changing Roles of Ceramics in Society : 26,000 . to the Present, American Ceramic Society, 1990. Ceramics in History and Art. Fundamental Concepts. Jewelleries and Gemstones. Ceramics in Civil and Environment. C162 2014) 3. Nelson, Glenn C and Richard Burkett, Ceramics : A Potter's Handbook, Wadsworth/Thomson Learning, 2002.
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