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Woodcock, James Thorpe (1925 - )

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Born: 2 March 1925  United Kingdom
James Thorpe Woodcock worked for CSIRO Division of Minerals. He wrote The Metallurgy of Gold and Silver with Reference to Other Precious Metals (1976), as well as editing a number of publications between 1967 and 1993.

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Born United Kingdom, 2 March 1925. Educated University of Melbourne (BMetE 1947, MEngSc 1949). Senior Prinicipal Research Scientist, CSIRO; Honorary Fellow, CSIRO Division of Minerals. President's Award, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.
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