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The previous two parts of this series of papers have dealt with the effect of pile radiation on carbon and stainless steels and on alloys of nickel and other high-strength or refractory alloys. This current article covers briefly the effects of radiation on aluminum, titanium, and some of their alloys, as well as a summary of properties of examples of the unirradiated materials of interest to the mechanical engineer bent on the design of structural systems to be used in a nuclear reactor core.