Utilizing the resistance to microplastic deformation during aging of beryllium
Nonferrous Metals and Alloys
Commercial and distilled beryllium has the highest resistance to microplastic deformation after aging at 500 and 400°C, respectively. The aging of beryllium depends on the presence of iron in it.
KeywordsIron High Resistance Beryllium Microplastic Deformation
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