Tensile tests of metals under high vacuum conditions

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<ul><li><p>Classified Abstracts 762--769 293 </p><p>Materials and Techniques used in Vacuum Technology </p><p>40. Gases a n d V a p o u r s </p><p>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. </p><p>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. </p><p>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. </p><p>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. </p><p>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. </p><p>40 767. Measurements of viscosity of krypton. (U.S.A.) D. G. Clifton, J. Chem. Phys., 38 (5), 1 March 1963, 1123-1131. </p><p>40 : 37 Mass spectrometry of ions in glow discharges. V. Oxygen. See Abstr. No. 759. </p><p>40 : 37 : 18 Mass spectroscopy of ions in glow discharges. IV. Water vapor. See Abstr. No. 758. </p><p>40 : 52 Surface potential of nitrogen and tungsten. See Abstr. No. 770. </p><p>41. Metals and Alloys </p><p>4 1 : 4 2 768. Changes of the mechanical properties of carbonized thoriated tungsten wire. Czechoslovakia. The mechanical properties of two different </p><p>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><p>P. Schneider and P. Mare, Vacuum, 12 (5), Sept./Oct. 1962, 255-258. </p><p>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. </p><p>41 : 53 : 37 Some problems of vacuum metallurgy. See Abstr. No. 751. </p><p>41 : 37 Vacuum decarburization and nitriding of ferromanganese. See Abstr. No. 750. </p><p>Tensile tests of metals under high vacuum conditions. No. 747. </p><p>41 : 34 See Abstr. </p><p>41 33 Common epitaxial features of various thin film textures. See Abstr. No. 746. </p><p>41 : 30 Preparation and study of tungsten thin films. See Abstr. No. 722. </p><p>Very precise thickness measurements of thin films. No. 713. </p><p>41 : 30 See Abstr. </p><p>Hardening LiF crystals. See Abstr. No. 699. 4 1 : 1 9 </p><p>41 : 52 Kinetics of potassium chloride and chlorine on tungsten. See Abstr. No. 771. </p><p>42. Glass, Ceramics and Refractory Oxides </p><p>42 : 41 Changes of the mechanical properties of carborized thoriated tungsten wire. See Abstr. No. 768. </p><p>4 2 : 1 2 : 2 2 Fused quartz pressure standard. See Abstr. No. 685. </p></li></ul>

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