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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Poisson

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Poisson

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Poisson Newton & Laplace

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Poisson Newton & Laplace

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Poisson Guillaume

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Poisson Guillaume

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Austen

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Austen

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Austen

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Austen Maxwell

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Young Austen Maxwell

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Young Maxwell Griffith

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Young Maxwell Griffith

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Young Maxwell Griffith Ashby

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Young Maxwell Griffith Ashby

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Young Maxwell Griffith Ashby Kroto

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MATERIALS HALL OF FAME Hooke Young Newton & Laplace Guillaume Young Maxwell Griffith Ashby Kroto New developments in carbon materials KROTO, CURL AND SMALLEY (Nobel Prize 1996) Discovery of C 60 Buckminsterfullerene The “buckyball” molecule

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MATERIALS EXAM MSE2 Examination 1.5 h Answer three questions from four Look at previous years Materials Science & Engineering THIRD YEAR papers for examples … but questions will be shorter because of shorter duration of exam

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