Oxidation of hafnium alloys with nickel
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Alloying of hafnium with 2–8% Ni substantially increases its scale resistance, evidently due to formation of HfNi at the scale-alloy interface, which along with the intermetallic phases substantially reduces the solution of oxygen in the alloys.
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- Oxidation of hafnium alloys with nickel
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