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Nutting1 have identified two structures in quenched iron-carbon alloys with the
aid of transmission electron microscopy. The conventional martensite has a plate
structure with a unique habit plane and an internal structure of parallel twins each
9-24 As-quenched hardness of steel as a function of carbon content for different
percentages of martensite in the microstructure. (From Metals Handbook,
American Society for Metals, Metals Park, Ohio, p. 497, 1948.) cially impractical.
9-26, it is important to know whether or not the data were obtained on specimens
quenched to essentially 100 percent martensite throughout the entire cross
section of the specimen. Because of the variability in hardenability from heat to
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