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    Carbon-Uranium Binary Alloy Phase Diagram (based on 1972 Collot C.)

    Published: 2007
    Authors: Collot C.; Couterne A.; Guillaume C.; Giraud Heraud F.; Guillaumin J.

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    Carbon Steel and C-Mn Steel: Influence of Plastic Deformation on Transformation

    Published: January 01, 1991
    Authors: Edited by G. Vander Voort

    Time-Temperature Curve for Fe-0.105C-1.53Mn, a High-manganese carbon steel; a Nonresulfurized carbon steel, including information regarding Chemical composition, Microstructure, Heat treating.

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    Carbon Steels

    Published: January 01, 1982
    Authors: Edited by P. Harvey

    Article on a Carbon steel, including information regarding Tensile, Hardness, Chemical composition, Machining.

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    Tempering behavior of iron-carbon sputter deposits with 0 to 5 wt pct C

    Published: November 01, 1971

    Iron-carbon sputter deposits with 0.06, 0.18, 0.66, 2, 3, and 5 wt pct C were tempered at temperatures from 100° to 550°C. The 0.06, 0.18, and 0.66 wt pct C sputter deposits were similar to severely cold-worked martensite, both as-deposited and in tempering response.

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    Effect of Boiling Range of Mineral Base Stocks on Quenching of 0.45%C Carbon Steel

    Published: February 01, 2001
    Authors: H. Yokota, Nippon Mitsubishi Oil Corporation; H. Hoshino, Nippon Mitsubishi Oil Corporation; S. Satoh, Nippon Mitsubishi Oil Corporation; R. Kanai, Nippon Mitsubishi Oil Corporation

    This paper describes the effect of boiling range of mineral base stocks used in quenchants on quenching of a carbon steel containing 0.45% carbon. 21 quenchants of same viscosity(17mm2/s @ 40°C) were prepared. They contain same additives but the types of their mineral base stocks were different.

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    Influence of Hydrogen Content and Carbon Hybridizations on Optical Properties of A-C:H Thin Films Obtained by PECVD

    Published: March 01, 2001
    Authors: E. Tomasella, Laboratoire de Métrologie des Interfaces Techniques; C. Meunier, Laboratoire de Métrologie des Interfaces Techniques; S. Mikhailov, Centre d'Analyse par Faisceau lonique

    Hydrogenated amorphous carbon (a-C:H) have recently received considerable attention because they posses interesting properties like extreme hardness, chemical inertness and optical transparency. In this work, the optical properties of a-C:H thin films prepared by r.f.

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