Oxide Film of Alloys containing Small Percentages of Aluminium

Abstract

WHEN copper alloys containing more than 2 per cent aluminium were heated for many hours at a red heat (800°–900° C), no oxide scales were formed. In cases where several per cent of this element was added, the alloys even retained their characteristic golden yellow lustre, which is a very remarkable fact. Elements such as tin, zinc, nickel, manganese… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/136437a0

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