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On Hydrogen in Iron

Naturevolume 85page6 (1910) | Download Citation



AT the recent meeting of the British Association at Sheffield, Sir Norman Lockyer referred to the relationship between hydrogen and iron at stellar temperatures. Some observations of mine, made several years ago, are of interest in this connection. I also note that at the recent meeting of the Iron and Steel Institute, in a discussion on the influence of carbon in iron, it was suggested that the gases known to be present should also receive attention.

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