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The rate of viscous flow of metals. Part 2: lead
Experiments previously reported for tin have been extended to lead. It has been found that for very small extensions the velocity of viscous flow ν is not completely independent of time. However, asExpand
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Temperature-Indicating Paints:
The requirements to be satisfied by temperature-indicating pigments are stated and the development of pigments to meet this specification is described. The extension to multiple transition paints andExpand
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The rate of viscous flow of metals: Part 1, tin
A description is given of a new method of determining the dependence of the rate of viscous flow of metals on the deforming force and its variation with temperature. The measurements were made byExpand
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XVI. Some notes on end-corrections
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