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Studies of fibrous structures

  • J. Sikorski
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Abstract

It is most appropriate that the first session of an International Conference on Electron Microscopy, devoted exclusively to technological fibres, should be held here at Berlin where the pioneering work of this kind was conducted over twenty years ago (1.) Moreover, a gathering of many workers from the field of applied research provides a useful opportunity to assess the extent of the general progress.

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  • J. Sikorski
    • 1
  1. 1.Textile Physics Laboratory, Department of Textile IndustriesThe University of LeedsEngland

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