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Coatings of High-Temperature Materials

  • G. V. Samsonov
  • A. P. Epik

Abstract

The constant development of research into methods of applying coatings of oxygen-free high-temperature compounds to various materials and into the properties of these coatings has called for the introduction of some additions and amendments despite the fact that the Russian edition of the book appeared in 1964.

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Cast Iron Diffusion Layer Titanium Carbide Boron Carbide Refractory Metal 
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