Ceramics Subfile captures complete worldwide information about ceramics -- increasingly becoming the material of choice for high temperature applications, erosive environments, biomedical applications, and other areas where their hardness and corrosion resistance are needed. Ceramics Subfile, providing a central source of information on structural ceramic materials, is a subset of the Engineered Materials Abstracts database . Based on the print journal of the same name, the EMA database is specifically designed for libraries that serve materials sciences researchers, engineers and scientists. Sources covered include over 3,000 periodicals, conference proceedings, technical reports, trade journal/newsletter items, patents, books, and press releases.
A ProQuest database.