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Tears of the Tree The Story of Rubber - A Modern Marvel,9780198705000

Tears of the Tree The Story of Rubber - A Modern Marvel

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9780198705000

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019870500X
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Pub. Date:
6/3/2014
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Oxford University Press
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Author Biography


John Loadman, Head of Materials Characterization (Retired), Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre, Hertford, UK

John Loadman began his working career as an analytical chemist with the Natural Rubber Producers' Research Association (now Tun Abdul Razak Research Centre or TARRC, Hertford, UK) in 1967, having obtained a Master's degree in Organic Chemistry from the University of Durham. He continued in that area of work through to retirement in 1999, having reached the position of Head of the Materials Characterization Group.


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