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Metallurgy

1949

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An Investigation Of The Precipitation Of Cobalt With Zinc Dust, Lyle Hallberg May 1949

An Investigation Of The Precipitation Of Cobalt With Zinc Dust, Lyle Hallberg

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Cobalt, as well as copper, cadmium, and other impurities, is removed by selective precipitation with zinc during the zinc electrolyte purification cycle, and the purification residue may be treated by a Cadmium Plant for the recovery of cadmium.


The Characteristics Of The Electrolyte In The Series System Of Electrolytic Copper Refining, Carl W. Howald Jr. May 1949

The Characteristics Of The Electrolyte In The Series System Of Electrolytic Copper Refining, Carl W. Howald Jr.

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

Almost everyone is familiar with the tremendous importance of copper in our everyday life. One of the pro­perties of copper which determines its great usefulness to mankind is its electrical conductivity. This property alone has more to do with the prominence of copper among useful metals then does any other.


A Study Of The Transformation Of A Twenty-Eight Per Cent Tin Bronze, Perry A. Boukind May 1949

A Study Of The Transformation Of A Twenty-Eight Per Cent Tin Bronze, Perry A. Boukind

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

In this investigation, attention is directed to the phases covered by a 28 per cent tin alloy. When the investigation was started, consideration was given to the possibility of making a Time - Temperature - Transformation curve for this parti­cular alloy. As the work progressed and further research was carried on, this phase of the work was abandoned.


An Investigation Of Silicon Impregnation Of Low-Carbon Steels, Thomas E. Groce May 1949

An Investigation Of Silicon Impregnation Of Low-Carbon Steels, Thomas E. Groce

Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970

A problem of metallurgy during the last part of the Nineteenth and the early Twentieth Century, and one that stood very near the front, was investigations of methods to produce a non-corrosive surface on iron and steel without affecting the physical properties of these base metals.