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A Spectrochemical Method for the Analysis of M-252 Nickel Base High Temperature Alloy and the Preparation of Standards by Powder Metallurgy

Volume 8, Number 3 (Aug. 1954) Page 120-125

Gerber, W.O.; Tobin, W.H.

M-252 nickel base high temperature alloy is completely analyzed by instruments at the general Electric River Works. Molybdenum, cobalt, iron, and chromium are determined by X-ray fluorescence; titanium, aluminum, manganese, and silicon by ultraviolet emission spectroscopy and carbon by the high frequency induction furnace. The remainder, nickel, is calculated by difference.