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" ... ascertain whether any alloy could be artificially formed, better, for the purpose of making cutting-instruments, than steel in its purest state ; and secondly, whether any such alloys would, under similar circumstances, prove less susceptible of oxidation... "
Experimental Researches in Chemistry and Physics - Page 58
by Michael Faraday - 1859 - 496 pages
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The Quarterly Journal, Volume 9

1820 - 492 pages
...Improvement. By J. Stodart, Esq., and M'.l'araday, Chein. Assistant at the Royal Institution. • lv proposing- a series of experiments on the alloys of...— new metallic combinations for reflecting mirrors was also a collateral object of research. Such a series of experiments were not commenced without anticipating...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British ..., Part 6, Volume 10

1820 - 648 pages
...purest state; and, secondly, whether any such iillnjs would, under similar circumstances, prove les» susceptible of oxidation ; — new metallic combinations...object of research. Such a series of experiments were nol commenced without anticipating considerable difficulties ; but the facilities afforded us in the...
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Repertory of Arts, Manufactures, and Agriculture: Consisting of Original ...

1822 - 442 pages
...the object in view was two fold : first, tp ascertain whether any alloy could be artificially funned, better for the purpose of making cutting-instruments...oxidation; new metallic combinations for reflecting mirrors was also a collateral object of research. Such a series of experiments were not commenced without anticipating...
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Chemical Essays: Principally Relating to the Arts and Manufactures ..., Volume 2

Samuel Parkes - 1823 - 780 pages
...whether any alloy could be artificially formed, better for the purpose of making cutting instruments than steel in its purest state ; and, secondly, whether...circumstances, prove less susceptible of oxidation. An account of these experiments having been given in considerable detail, both in the Philosophical...
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Selections from the Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India ...

1875
...whether any alloy could be artificially formed, better for the purpose of making cutting instruments than steel in its purest state; and, secondly, whether any such alloys would, under similaivcircumstances, prove less susceptible of oxi* For the particulars of this story, see Miss Graham's...
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The Philosophical Magazine and Journal: Comprehending Various ..., Volume 60

1822 - 514 pages
...Improvement. By J. STODART, Esq. FR,S. and M. FARADAY, Chemical Assistant at the Royal Institution *. AN proposing a series of experiments on the alloys of...oxidation; new metallic combinations for reflecting mirrors was also a collateral object of research. Such a series of experiments were not commenced without anticipating...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 10

1820
...purest state; and, secondly, whether any such alloy*- would, under similar circumstances, prove les» susceptible of oxidation; — new metallic combinations...the facilities afforded us in the laboratory of the Ruyal Institution, where they were made, h.nt obviated many of them. The subject wai new, and opened...
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Yearbook of the American Iron and Steel Institute

American Iron and Steel Institute - 1922
...whether any alloy could be artificially formed better for the purpose of making cutting instruments than steel in its purest state ; and, secondly, whether...under similar circumstances prove less susceptible to oxidation ; new metallic combinations for reflecting mirrors were also a collateral object of research."...
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Transactions of the American Society for Steel Treating, Volume 7

American Society for Steel Treating - 1925 - 1002 pages
...state; and (2) whether any such alloys would, under similar circumstances, prove less susceptible to oxidation ; — new metallic combinations for reflecting...mirrors were also a collateral object of research. "We are still at work trying to improve cutting qualities; it was ninety years before "stainless steel,"...
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