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This publication has been written to help the physicist and metallurgist via offering a reference paintings which incorporates information regarding the constructions and lattice spacings of all binary and ternary alloys which have been tested. half I of the paintings is meant as a normal advent 10 X-ray research of metals and alloys, and the writer endeavours to teach how constitution choice and lattice spacing measurements might be very important in giving information regarding the actual country of metals and alloys, relatively equilibrium diagram choice, and in corrcla-lion with electric, maenctic and different actual homes. partly II. that is a compilation and evaluate of released X-ray paintings on metals and alloys in equilibrium, alloy platforms are indexed in alphabetical order in accordance with permitted equipment. an intensive and thorough surve> of the literature is given. The paintings ex-tends to over 1.000 pages, and contains a variety of diagrams and major pages of tabulated facts.

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