The Performance of the Interrupted Discharge in Argon
The effects of the argon discharge upon the performance of the Multisource discharge are of vital importance in the applications of this analytical technique to control programs. The usual guideposts of the air discharges are not adequate for the argon discharges and require that new or additional studies be made to evaluate the performance of this method.
KeywordsAluminum Alloy Tool Steel Source Parameter Ferrous Alloy Photographic Method
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