This collection contains dissertations written in partial fulfillment of the doctoral degree, from 1937 to the present.
The first doctoral degree was in Chemistry, awarded to Frank Joseph Zvanut; his dissertation was titled Pyrochemical changes in Missouri halloysite.. Zvanut had earned his Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering in 1932. Most recently, popular Ph.D. disciplines have included Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Geological Engineering and Petroleum Engineering.
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Dissertations from 1962
The geology of the Eldorado Mining District, Clark County, Nevada, Spenst M. Hansen
An investigation of the deformation textures of cobalt, Roy Carl Wilcox
Dissertations from 1961
A study of the dissolution of hafnium in hydrofluoric acid, James W. Johnson
Dissertations from 1960
Dissertations from 1959
A thermodynamic study of the zirconium sulfides, Andrew Hessler Larson
A study of the recrystallization and the mechanical properties of indium, Louis John Reitsma Jr.
Dissertations from 1957
A thermodynamic study of the titanium sulfides, Reinhard Paul Abendroth
Dissertations from 1956
Phase relationships in the quaternary system lime-titania-zirconia-silica, Robert Martin Gruver
Dissertations from 1955
NaNbO₃ - BaTiO₃ - BaSnO₃ ceramic dielectrics, William Dean McKee
Preparation and separation of metallic chlorides, Norbert Felix Neumann
Dissertations from 1954
Carbon monoxide attack of refractories, William A. Frad
An investigation of the characteristics of high alumina refractory castables, Gajendra Nath Mohanty
A study of the bonding by air-setting refractory mortar at elevated temperatures, Bhikhubhai Mahadeo Sedalia
Hydrogen overvoltage on titanium, Sheng-Tai Shih
A study of the deformation texture and its variation in cold drawn nickel rods, Krishan Kumar Tangri
The rate of dissolution of aluminum in hydrofluoric acid, Yen-Ngen Wang
Dissertations from 1952
A study of the dissolution of titanium in acids with ammonium fluoride added, Charles Burroughs Gill
Determination of progressive corrosion of clay flux blocks, Ved Prakash Maheshwary
Geochemical prospecting applied to the Illinois-Kentucky fluorspar area, Matthew Peter Nackowski
Shaped charges: Their mechanism and applications in mining, Pranlal Girdharlal Sheth
An investigation of the deformation textures of titanium, Dean Nesbit Williams
Dissertations from 1951
An experimental evaluation of explosives in blasting limestone and granite, Harve Preston Nelson
Dissertations from 1950
Measurement of flotation rate as a function of particle size, Thomas Martin Morris
Dissertations from 1949
A study of the gelation of air-setting refractory mortars, James Irving Mueller
Dissertations from 1948
Dissertations from 1944
A study of the flow properties of concentrated clay-water mixtures, William Joseph Smothers
Dissertations from 1937
Pyrochemical changes in Missouri halloysite, Frank Joseph Zvanut