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2015-05-18 physical metallurgy:

Lines show the phase boundaries.Single phase regions are separated by lines of non-analytical behavior, where phase transitions occur, which are called phase boundaries.  in order to see how the phase

2015-05-18 physical metallurgy:

PHASE: In the physical sciences, a phase is a region of space (a thermodynamic system), throughout which all physical properties of a material are essentially uniform.Examples of physical properties include

2013-11-26 detect and separate iridium etc. from gold:

Metal detection is possible by Spark Alloy Elements Quantometer, also a simple method could be used: density measurement, As you know iridium is the second-densest element in the world (22.5 g/cm3), therefore

2013-05-19 Copper sheets:

1- Practically, most jewelry wire is sold now as either dead soft, half-hard, or hard, with dead soft being wire manufactured with a hardness of 0, half-hard being wire manufactured with a hardness of

2013-04-02 stainless steel:

The qualified electrode is 1554.6 in order to welding of Grade 904L.Care needs to be taken as this grade solidifies fully austenitic, so is susceptible to hot cracking, particularly in constrained weldments


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