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Oxidation Rates of Molybdenum and Rhenium Metals as a Function of Oxygen Pressure and Temperature


2001

I am looking for oxidation rates of Molybdenum and rhenium metals as a function of Oxygen pressure and Temperature. Where can I find it?

Devkant Gandhi
- Lowell, Massachusetts


2001

Well, for information on molybdenum you want to contact an expert on that topic, and John Shields certainly is. At www.csm-moly.com/applications.html, you'll find his address listed as Dr. John Shields, Jr. FASM CSM Industries 21801 Tungsten Rd. Cleveland, OH 44117.

For Rhenium information in the States, why not contact Rhenium Alloys? Their information is listed at: www.rhenium.com/Technical/Technical.html

Hope this helps!

lee gearhart
Lee Gearhart
metallurgist




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