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Nature volume 139, page 268 (13 February 1937) | Download Citation



THE alloys of aluminium are so numerous that a complete table of them has been compiled, which runs to more than 800 pages and is issued in two parts. The table facilitates reference to the patent literature, and a further useful feature is a supplementary list of all the known alloys of the metal in the alphabetical (or numerical) order of their trade names, together with the names of patent holders and percentage compositions.

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