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    Goodfellow supplies metals, ceramics and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide. The Goodfellow group consists of...
  • Article - 19 Nov 2002
    Ti3al2.5V, sometimes called half 6-4 is available in two grades. Grade 18 has a small palladium addition to increase corrosion resistance. These grades offer improved strength over pure grades and...
  • Article - 23 Aug 2002
    Titanium palladium alloys are a family of corrosion resistant alloys, while mechanical properties are very similar to commercially pure titanium. The addition of ruthenium in place of palladium...
  • Article - 27 Jun 2013
    Commercially pure titanium alloys are of different types due to the small quantities of oxygen and iron present in them that tend to influence the mechanical properties. Each commercial grade is...
  • Article - 27 Jun 2013
    Grade 11 Ti-0.15Pd alloy’s mechanical properties are known to be similar to commercially pure titanium grade 1. The main difference is the presence of palladium in grade 11. Palladium helps to enhance...
  • Article - 26 Jun 2013
    Grade 28 Ti-3Al-2.5V-0.1Ru alloy is a ruthenium-enhanced version of grade Ti-3Al-2.5V with similar physical and mechanical properties. Ruthenium provides this alloy with improved corrosion resistance.
  • Article - 27 Jun 2013
    Commercially pure titanium alloys contain small amounts of oxygen and iron that influence its mechanical properties. Each commercial grade is produced to provide properties suited for different...
  • Article - 27 Jun 2013
    The mechanical properties of commercially pure titanium alloys are influenced the presence of small amounts of oxygen and iron. Grade 1 unalloyed Ti ("Pure") 35A alloy contains the lowest oxygen and...
  • Article - 24 Jun 2013
    Titanium mixed with other chemical elements such as molybdenum, aluminum, nickel, and zirconium produces a wide range of titanium alloys.
  • Article - 24 Jun 2013
    There are many types of titanium alloys available in the market today. They fall under four categories, namely, alpha alloys, near-alpha alloys, alpha and beta alloys, and beta alloys. These alloys...

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