The wetting of aluminum oxide by chromium-nickel melts
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A study was made of the effect of time, temperature, and concentration on the angle of contact between aluminum oxide and chromium-nickel melts. The wetting isotherm has a minimum. The presence of the minimum is attributed to reaction between the melt and solid aluminum oxide. The best adhesion to aluminum oxide is exhibited by nickel-chromium alloys containing up to 30 at.% chromium.
KeywordsOxide Aluminum Chromium Good Adhesion Solid Aluminum
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