Corrosive Effects of Methyl Phosphonic Acid (MPA) and HF Solutions on Thin-sheet 1010 Steel, 321 Stainless Steel and 200 Nickel
FRANKFORD ARSENAL PHILADELPHIA PA
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Thin-sheet 1010 steel, 321 stainless steel, and 200 nickel, 6 to 10 mils, which have been considered as candidate diaphram materials for a binary chemical shell, were assessed for corrosion damage in a methyl-phosphonic acid solution, and in hydrofluoric acid solutions, at room temperature.
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