Floris Osmond (10 March 1849 – 18 June 1912) was a French scientist and engineer. He is known as one of the originators of metallography. He named several phases that occur in iron and steel microstructures such as martensite, after A. Martens, and cementite. A list of publications was published shortly after his death.
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- Osmond, Floris (1904). J. E. Stead F.R.S. F.I.C. (ed.). The Microscopic Analysis of Metals. London: Charles Griffin & Company, Limited. p. 94.
- Osmond F, Werth J. "Theorie cellulaire des propriétés de l'acier," Annales des Mines, 1885; 8:5–84.
- Osmond F, Werth J. "Structure cellulaire de l'acier foundu," Comptes Rendus, 1885; 100:450–452.
- Liste des travaux de F. Osmond. Revue de métallurgie, 1912, pp. 743–46.
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