Matériaux & Techniques
Volume 110, Number 4, 2022
Special Issue on ‘Glass in our daily life’, edited by Xavier Capilla, Frédéric Angeli and Daniel R. Neuville
Article Number 404
Number of page(s) 14
Section Matériaux désordonnés : verres, vitrocéramiques… / Disordered matérials: Glasses, clays, vitroceramics…
Published online 05 October 2022
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