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Title Modern methods for the determination of non-metals in non-ferrous metals : applications to particular systems of metallurgical importance / C. Engelmann [and others].
Imprint Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter on behalf of the Commission of the European Communities, 1985.

Subject Nonmetals -- Analysis.
Nonferrous metals -- Analysis.
Chemistry, Metallurgic.
Alt Name Engelmann, Ch.
Commission of the European Communities.
Description 1 online resource (xiii, 410 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents Chapter I: THE INFLUENCE OF NON-METALS ON THE TECHNOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF NON-FERROUS METALS -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Oxygen -- 2.1 Oxygen in copper -- 2.2 Oxygen in aluminium -- 2.3 Oxygen in lead -- 2.4 Oxygen in titanium -- 2.5 Oxygen in zirconium -- 2.6 Oxygen in niobium and tantalum -- 2.7 Oxygen in molybdenum and tungsten -- 3. Nitrogen -- 3.1 Nitrogen in titanium and zirconium -- 3.2 Nitrogen in niobium -- 3.3 Nitrogen in tantalum -- 3.4 Nitrogen in molybdenum -- 3.5 Nitrogen in tungsten -- 4. Carbon -- 4.1 Carbon in aluminium
4.2 Carbon in copper4.3 Carbon in nickel -- 4.4 Carbon in titanium -- 4.5 Carbon in zirconium -- 4.6 Carbon in niobium -- 4.7 Carbon in tantalum -- 4.8 Carbon in molybdenum -- 4.9 Carbon in tungsten -- 5. Boron -- 5.1 Boron in zircaloy and aluminium for nuclear purposes -- 5.2 Boron as grain refiner in Al-Mg alloys -- 6. Sulphur -- 6.1 Sulphur in copper -- 6.2 Sulphur in nickel -- 7. Phosphorus -- 8. References -- Chapter II: GENERALITIES ON NUCLEAR METHODS -- 1. Neutron activation analysis -- 1.1 Introduction
1.2 Activation analysis with reactor neutrons1.3 Activation analysis with 14 MeV neutrons -- 2. Charged particle activation analysis -- 2.1 Nuclear reactions -- 2.2 Stopping power and range -- 2.3 Standardization -- 2.4 Samples and standards -- 2.5 Irradiation -- 2.6 Influence of radionuclides formed at the surface -- 2.7 Chemical separation of the radionuclides produced -- 2.8 Determination of the induced activity -- 2.9 Calculations -- 3. Photon activation analysis -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Gamma photon generators -- 3.3 Standardization
3.4 Nuclear reactions3.5 Nuclear interferences -- 3.6 Theoretical possibilities -- 3.7 Irradiation facilities -- 3.8 Radiochemical separation -- 3.9 Specific advantages of the method -- 4. References -- Chapter III: SAMPLE PREPARATION AND SURFACE ANALYSIS -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Measurement of surface concentrations -- 2.1 Principle of the method -- 2.2 Nuclear reactions -- 2.3 Standardization -- 2.4 Comment -- 3. Mechanical shaping of analysis samples -- 3.1 Rough preparation of the analytical sample -- 3.2 Final shaping of the sample
4. Shaping of large series of samples5. Chemical etching -- 6. Recommended procedures -- 6.1 Primary ingot aluminium -- 6.2 Aluminium-silicon alloys -- 6.3 Aluminium-magnesium alloys -- 6.4 Copper -- 6.5 Brass -- 6.6 Lead and lead alloys -- 6.7 Nickel -- 6.8 Titanium and TiAl6V4-alloy -- 6.9 Zirconium -- 6.10 Molybdenum -- 6.11 Tungsten -- 6.12 Niobium -- 6.13 Tantalum -- 7. References -- Chapter IV: THE DETERMINATION OF BORON -- 1. Chemical methods -- 1.1 The determination of boron in aluminium
Note English.
ISBN 9783110862447 (electronic bk.)
3110862441 (electronic bk.)
9781680152173 (electronic bk.)
1680152173 (electronic bk.)
0899250106 (U.S.)
9780899250106 (U.S.)
3110103427
9783110103427
OCLC # 646650988
Additional Format Print version: Modern methods for the determination of non-metals in non-ferrous metals. Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter on behalf of the Commission of the European Communities, 1985 (DLC) 84028816 (OCoLC)11624079.


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