Surface treatment of non-ferrous metal samples to be certified for their oxygen, nitrogen and carbon content
Surface treatment on non-ferrous metals are proposed in order to minimize or determine quantitatively the interference of gaseous contamination. These proposals result from a large number of determinations of superficial contamination on several materials using microanalysis by nuclear reactions. This work is included in a larger program which aims the certification of standard materials in their oxygen, nitrogen and carbon contents.
KeywordsSurface Treatment Mechanical Treatment Chemical Etching Surface Contamination Surface Content
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