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I. Overview The formation of a metal hydride can be symbolized as M(solid) + rH;
^ MH,(solid) (I) The symbol M in Eq. (1) can represent a single metal, an alloy, an
intermetallic compound, or an amorphous metallic material. The source of the ...
This can be easily processed mechanically and then precipitation hardened by
precipitation of inter- metallic compounds of Ni, Mo, and Ti. TRIP steels already
mentioned can also be classified in this category. If the atomic species, say A and
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Pittsburgh. Korchynsky, M.. ed. (1984). "HSLA Steels: Technology & Applications.
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