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Electrochemical Properties at the Curie Point

Naturevolume 199page800 (1963) | Download Citation

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SOME preliminary work with gadolinium (Johnson, Matthey and Co., Ltd.: Curie point, 16° C) has shown that this metal exhibits maximum electropositivity in the curie point region (Fig. 1).

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  1. Battersea College of Technology, Battersea Park Road, London, S.W.11

    • J. K. PRALL
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