• Materials Science
  • Published 1960

Role of the nerve terminals in the mechanism of infl ammatory reactions

@inproceedings{Jancs1960RoleOT,
  title={Role of the nerve terminals in the mechanism of infl ammatory reactions},
  author={Nikolaus Jancs{\'o}},
  year={1960}
}
A centering device is detachably secured to the outside surface of the plug which is to be magnewelded in the end of a tube. The assembly comprising the plug and the centering device is then inserted in the tube until the outside surface of the plug reaches a position adjacent a circumferential notch on the tube. Current is then passed through a magnewelding coil surrounding the tube. The tube contracts radically, is welded onto the plug and snaps off along the notch. It is then only necessary… CONTINUE READING

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