Mark Eberhart

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Mark E. Eberhart is an author and a professor of Chemistry & Geochemistry at the Colorado School of Mines.[1]

Eberhart holds a B.S. in Chemistry and Applied Mathematics and an M.S. in Physical Biochemistry from the University of Colorado as well as a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from The Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[2] He has published two books; Why Things Break (2003), an autobiographical book describing his education and his studies of Stress and Fracture[3] and Feeding the Fire (2007).[4]

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