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Producer: Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, U.S.A
File Size:More than 361.853 citations (03/2011)
Updates: Not updated
File Type: Bibliographic
Content: Aluminum industry

The Aluminium Industry Abstracts (AIA) database provides coverage of the world’s technical literature on alu­minum, ranging from ore processing through business developments and applications. All aspects of the alu­mi­num industry, aside from mining, are covered. The database includes information abstracted from approximately 2,300 scientific and technical ­journals, government reports, conference pro­ceed­ings, dissertations, books, and patents. The data­base ­corre­sponds to the print Aluminium Industry Abstracts. Records include extensive producer index­ing: classi­­fi­ca­tion (/CC), des­crip­tors (/CT), and alloy indexing terms (/ALI). STN has added the Element Term field (/ET), an STN exclusive in­dexing. Abstracts are avai­lable from 1972 onward.

This database is available in STN Easy.


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