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Recrystallization and the Ductility of Chromium

Nature volume 180, page 806 (19 October 1957) | Download Citation

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UNUSUAL features observed during work on the ductility of chromium were the difficulty of detecting the completion of recrystallization of cold-worked material and the sensitivity of the ductile/brittle transition temperature of recrystallized material to small amounts of deformation, either residual or imposed.

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  1. Aeronautical Research Laboratories, Department of Supply, Melbourne. Aug. 28.

    • S. T. M. JOHNSTONE
    • , F. HENDERSON
    •  & H. L. WAIN

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