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    Since its founding in 1967, Proto has been developing cutting-edge instrumentation for the characterization of materials. Its product line includes various x-ray diffraction (XRD) instruments,...
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    Malvern Panalytical technologies are used by scientists and engineers in a wide range of industries and organizations to solve the challenges associated with maximizing productivity, developing better...
  • Article - 8 May 2001
    Steel properties are dictated by their crystal structures. The practical implications are explored and structures explained including ferrite, austenite, cementite, pearlite, martensite and bainite.
  • Article - 30 Apr 2010
    For the micro- and nanoscopic analysis of the structure and precipitations, scientists typically use both light and electron microscopes.
  • Article - 20 May 2005
    The name stainless steel covers a variety of corrosion resistant steels. This results in hundreds of different grades of stainless steel that are covered by a range of national and international...
  • Article - 19 May 2005
    Apart from the commercial reasons for choosing stainless steel as a material, like heat and corrosion resistance, another advantage is its fabrication properties. Fabrication techniques, handling and...
  • Article - 18 May 2005
    Duplex stainless steels are extremely corrosion resistant, work hardenable alloys. Their microstructures have both austenite and ferrite phases and show properties of both types of stainless steels....
  • Article - 11 Jan 2002
    Stainless steels are generally low in maintenance, although some are required to maximize corrosion resistance and removal of surface contamination.
  • Article - 8 Jan 2002
    At cryogenic temperatures austenitic stainless steels have tensile strengths higher than at ambient temperatures, while their toughness is only slightly degraded. Other grades suffer from ductile to...
  • Article - 4 Jan 2002
    This table gives approximate conversions for hardness values for Brinnel, vickers, Rockwell B and Rockwell C scales for austenitic stainless steels.