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Ultrahigh-vacuum creep behavior of columbium and tantalum alloys at 2000 ̊and 2200 ̊F for times greater than 1000 hours

Title:Ultrahigh-vacuum creep behavior of columbium and tantalum alloys at 2000 ̊and 2200 ̊F for times greater than 1000 hours
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Note:National Aeronautics and Space Administration ;, 1966
  
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Subject:Niobium alloys -- Creep
Subject:Niobium alloys -- Effect of high temperatures on
Subject:Space vehicles -- Auxiliary power supply -- Rankine cycle -- Materials -- Environmental testing
Subject:Tantalum alloys -- Creep
Subject:Tantalum alloys -- Effect of high temperatures on
Subject:Ultrahigh vacuum
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