Technological coatings for protecting heated titanium alloys
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The possibility of using waste from nonferrous metallurgy and the chemical industry in Kazakhstan for production of crystalline glass coatings for titanium alloys is considered. The regions of vitrification and temperatures of formation of crystalline phases in glasses containing different amounts of iron oxides are determined.
KeywordsOxide Iron Polymer Titanium Iron Oxide
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