Effects of mechanical and thermal treatment on the properties of a silver-cadmium oxide composite
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Measurements have been made on the corrosion resistance, residual porosity, impact toughness, and structure of a silver-cadmium oxide composite caused by rolling and heat treatment of sintered powder blanks. The corrosion resistance has been examined for contacts composed of a rolled composite consisting of silver with 15% cadmium oxide and contacts of grade KMK A10m made from the same material by pressing and sintering.
KeywordsOxide Porosity Heat Treatment Cadmium Corrosion Resistance
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