Tensile tests of metals under high vacuum conditions

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  • Classified Abstracts 762--769 293

    Materials and Techniques used in Vacuum Technology

    40. Gases a n d V a p o u r s

    40 762. Vapour snakes in solid argon. (U.S.A.) G. L. Pollack and H. P. Broida, J. Chem. Phys., 38 (4), 15 Feb. 1963, 968-969.

    40 763. Kinetics of condensation of water vapor, experimental. (U.S.A.) W. G. Courtney, J. Chem. Phys., 38 (6), 15 March 1963, 1448- 1449.

    40 764. Collision lifetimes and the thermodynamics of real gases. (U.S.a.) F. T. Smith, J. Chem. Phys., 38 (6), 15 March 1963, 1304-1310.

    40 765. Hydrogen-helium ion-molecule reactions. (U.S.A.) H. von Koch and L. Friedman, J. Chem. Phys., 38 (5), 1 March 1963, 1115-1122.

    40 766. Mutual diffusion coefficient of the polar gases : ammonia and diethyl ether. B. N. Srivastava and I. B. Srivastava, J. Chem. Phys., 38 (5), 1 March 1963, 1183-1186.

    40 767. Measurements of viscosity of krypton. (U.S.A.) D. G. Clifton, J. Chem. Phys., 38 (5), 1 March 1963, 1123-1131.

    40 : 37 Mass spectrometry of ions in glow discharges. V. Oxygen. See Abstr. No. 759.

    40 : 37 : 18 Mass spectroscopy of ions in glow discharges. IV. Water vapor. See Abstr. No. 758.

    40 : 52 Surface potential of nitrogen and tungsten. See Abstr. No. 770.

    41. Metals and Alloys

    4 1 : 4 2 768. Changes of the mechanical properties of carbonized thoriated tungsten wire. Czechoslovakia. The mechanical properties of two different

    lots of thoriated wire were investigated by laying samples between two beams, 200 mm apart and adding weights to a small basket at tached by a hook to the middle of the filament. Record is kept of deflection and load, the latter being increased till leakage of the filament takes place. The method allows simple deter- ruination of difference in sensitivity to carburization of samples of thoriated wire of different origin and a consequent quality of grading, w . J . s .

    P. Schneider and P. Mare, Vacuum, 12 (5), Sept./Oct. 1962, 255-258.

    41 769. Vapor pressure of liquid bismuth. (U.S.A.) A. T. Aldred and J. N. Pratt , J. Chem. Phys., 38 (5), 1 March 1963, 1085-1087.

    41 : 53 : 37 Some problems of vacuum metallurgy. See Abstr. No. 751.

    41 : 37 Vacuum decarburization and nitriding of ferromanganese. See Abstr. No. 750.

    Tensile tests of metals under high vacuum conditions. No. 747.

    41 : 34 See Abstr.

    41 33 Common epitaxial features of various thin film textures. See Abstr. No. 746.

    41 : 30 Preparation and study of tungsten thin films. See Abstr. No. 722.

    Very precise thickness measurements of thin films. No. 713.

    41 : 30 See Abstr.

    Hardening LiF crystals. See Abstr. No. 699. 4 1 : 1 9

    41 : 52 Kinetics of potassium chloride and chlorine on tungsten. See Abstr. No. 771.

    42. Glass, Ceramics and Refractory Oxides

    42 : 41 Changes of the mechanical properties of carborized thoriated tungsten wire. See Abstr. No. 768.

    4 2 : 1 2 : 2 2 Fused quartz pressure standard. See Abstr. No. 685.

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