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Quantitative Estimation of Graphite in Refractory Carbon Deposits by X-ray Technique

Nature volume 180, pages 12731275 (07 December 1957) | Download Citation

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THIS communication presents two curves (Figs. 1 and 2) which permit a quantitative estimation of graphite by use of an X-ray spectrometer.

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  1. Metallurgy Department, Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla, Missouri.

    • WILLIAM A. FRAD
  2. Electron Tube Division, Radio Corporation of America, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Oct. 7.

    • PAUL G. HEROLD

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