SEDL / STP / STP245-EB
Symposium on Advances in Electron Metallography
ASTM Committee E-4
Eleven papers present comprehensive techniques for the study of materials through the electron microscope such as: titanium alloys; aluminum foils; nickel alloys and magnesium alloys. Five advanced techniques are described and illustrated.
Table of Contents
Techniques Employed in the Electron Microscope Study of Titanium Alloy with 8 Per Cent Manganese: First Progress Report of Non-Ferrous Task Group of Subcommittee XI on Electron Microstructure of Metals, ASTM Committee E-4 on Metallography
Vibratory Polishing of Metallographic Specimens for Optical and Electron Microscopy
Gray R., Long E.
A Technique for Easy Removal of Direct Replicas for Electron Microscopy
Bridges W., Long E.
Examination of Metals by Transmission Electron Microscopy
Boswell F., Smith E.
A Study of Dislocations in Thin Aluminum Foils Elongated in the Electron Microscope
Microstructure of Age-Hardenable Alloys
Carroll K., Mihalisin J.
An Electron Metallographic Study of the Precipitation-Hardening Process in Commercial Nickel-Base Alloys
Amy J., Bigelow W., Corey C., Freeman J.
The Application of Electron Diffraction and Electron Microscopy in Studies of Minor Phases of Heat-Resistant Alloys
Bigelow W., Brockway L., Freeman J.
Electron Probe Analysis of Segregation in Inconel
Birks L., Brooks E.
Selected Etchants for Electron Microscope Studies of Magnesium Alloys
Paper ID: STP245-EB
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