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The current quantity comprises 16 contributed papers from the symposium, with subject matters together with complex coating processing, complex coating for put on, corrosion, and oxidation resistance, and thermal and mechanical homes, highlighting the state of the art ceramic coatings applied sciences for varied serious engineering functions.
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