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Catic Igor. University of Zagreb · Department of Mechanical Engineering and Naval . Catic Igor. Data on the production of plastics in the world of the th to. Igor Julio Catic, Croatian mechanical and production engineering educator. Fellow Institute of Materials, Mining and Metallurgy; member Society Plastics and . Dr.-Ing. Igor Čatić, M. Sc.-Ing. Maja Rujnić-Sokele*. University of Zagreb, *Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Zagreb, Croatia. The main.
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Globalisation of Stone Tools and Beginnings of Mechanical Processing of Polymers
Firstly, the manufactured stone tools were used for procedures such as breaking of the natural polymers: More about this item Keywords globalisation ; Stone tools Road ; mechanical processing ; natural polymers ; JEL classification: For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract, bibliographic or download information, contact: Manufacturing of first stone tools can be seen at the site of Gona, Ethiopia dated to 2,6 actic years igprfollowed by several sites including the evidence from West Turkana in Kenya 2,74 – 1.
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