Properties of iron-chromium steel powders prepared by diffusion impregnation from point sources
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40Kh, Kh6, Kh13, and Kh30 chromium steel powders produced by the method of diffusion impregnation from point sources are homogeneous in composition and possess satisfactory compressibility and sinterability. Their corrosion resistance is comparable to that of cast steels of the same composition.
KeywordsChromium Corrosion Resistance Compressibility Point Source Cast Steel
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