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    Volume 2, Issue 1 (January 1974)

    Contact Angle of Zinc on Some Ceramic Materials and Metals

    CODEN: JTEOAD

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    Abstract

    Measurements were made of the contact angle of molten zinc drops on fifteen ceramic materials and four metals in high-purity helium and carbon monoxide atmospheres. Zinc of 99.9999-percent purity did not wet the oxide materials, glass-type coatings, or graphite; all contact angles were greater than 90 deg at 500 to 700°C in helium and 500 to 800°C in carbon monoxide. Materials tested that were most resistant to wetting by zinc were ZnO sinter, glazed fireclay, graphite, and mullite.


    Author Information:

    Kelley, JE
    Research physicist and ceramic research engineer, Albany Metallurgy Research Center, Albany, Ore.

    Harris, HM
    Research physicist and ceramic research engineer, Albany Metallurgy Research Center, Albany, Ore.


    Stock #: JTE10070J

    ISSN: 0090-3973

    DOI: 10.1520/JTE10070J

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    Title Contact Angle of Zinc on Some Ceramic Materials and Metals
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    Committee B02