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Proliferation of Faulty Materials Data Analysis in the Literature

  • Matthew R. Linford (a1), Vincent S. Smentkowski (a2), John T. Grant (a3), C. Richard Brundle (a4), Peter M.A. Sherwood (a5), Mark C. Biesinger (a6), Jeff Terry (a7), Kateryna Artyushkova (a8), Alberto Herrera-Gómez (a9), Sven Tougaard (a10), William Skinner (a11), Jean-Jacques Pireaux (a12), Christopher F. McConville (a13), Christopher D. Easton (a14), Thomas R. Gengenbach (a14), George H. Major (a1), Paul Dietrich (a15), Andreas Thissen (a15), Mark Engelhard (a16), Cedric J. Powell (a17), Karen J. Gaskell (a18) and Donald R. Baer (a16)...
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*Author for correspondence: Vincent S. Smentkowski, E-mail: smentkow@ge.com

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Proliferation of Faulty Materials Data Analysis in the Literature

  • Matthew R. Linford (a1), Vincent S. Smentkowski (a2), John T. Grant (a3), C. Richard Brundle (a4), Peter M.A. Sherwood (a5), Mark C. Biesinger (a6), Jeff Terry (a7), Kateryna Artyushkova (a8), Alberto Herrera-Gómez (a9), Sven Tougaard (a10), William Skinner (a11), Jean-Jacques Pireaux (a12), Christopher F. McConville (a13), Christopher D. Easton (a14), Thomas R. Gengenbach (a14), George H. Major (a1), Paul Dietrich (a15), Andreas Thissen (a15), Mark Engelhard (a16), Cedric J. Powell (a17), Karen J. Gaskell (a18) and Donald R. Baer (a16)...

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