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Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Civil and Environmental Engineering

1944

Copper

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The Electrodeposition Of Copper-Cobalt Alloys, Richard L. Dunn Oct 1944

The Electrodeposition Of Copper-Cobalt Alloys, Richard L. Dunn

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

An attempt was made to deposit a 50:50 copper-cobalt alloy from various sulfate electrolytes. No true 50:50 alloy was obtained but various mixtures of cobalt and copper rich crystals were deposited.


Hardness And Electrical Resistivity Of Copper-Iron Powder Metal Compacts, Fred A. Foyle Jr. Feb 1944

Hardness And Electrical Resistivity Of Copper-Iron Powder Metal Compacts, Fred A. Foyle Jr.

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Although powder metallurgical methods have been used for years to fabricate tungsten and platinum, very little scientific data have been recorded until the beginning of this century. A large percentage of all commercial production at present is based upon past practice rather than upon scientific knowledge.


Age Hardening Of Copper Antimony Alloys, William R. Stern Feb 1944

Age Hardening Of Copper Antimony Alloys, William R. Stern

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

A large number of alloys of varying percentages of copper and antimony were prepared. These alloys were treated in various ways which might be expected to produce age hardening. The effect of cold working was studied in the range where the alloys were malleable.


The Electrodeposition Of Iron-Manganese Alloys, Raymond D. Magorien Feb 1944

The Electrodeposition Of Iron-Manganese Alloys, Raymond D. Magorien

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

An electrodeposition of an iron-manganese alloy was made from the same conditions determined by previous re­search. Various addition agents were experimented with in an attempt to produce better conditions for electro-deposition. It was found advantageous to add small a­mounts of sodium lauryl sulfate and ammonium sulfite to the electrolyte.