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Magnesium Alloys: Properties in Solid and Liquid States

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Magnesium Alloys: Properties in Solid and Liquid States
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535117285
Number of pages: 178

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Magnesium alloys with their unique physical and chemical properties are important candidates for many modern engineering applications. Their density, being the lowest of all structural metals, makes them the primary choice in global attempts aimed at reducing the weight of transportation vehicles.

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