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The EPR method for the detection of sensitization in stainless steels prepared by W.L. Clarke ; prepared for Division of Reactor Safety Research, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Nuclear Engineering Division, General Electric Company.

Contributor(s): Clarke, W. L, 1892- | General Electric Company. Nuclear Engineering Division | U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Division of Reactor Safety ResearchMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission ; NUREG/CR-1095;GEAP-24888Publication details: Springfield Va Available from GPO Sales Program Division of Technical Information and Document Control U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission ; Washington D C The Commission : 1981 Description: 83 p. in various pagings, ill. 28 cmReport number: (DGPO)82029413; (MoCat)02358127Subject(s): Electrochemical analysis | Non-destructive testing | Steel -- Stress corrosion | Steel, Stainless -- Electric propertiesDDC classification: 669.142 EPR 1981
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"Date published: April 1981."


"NRC FIN no. B3012."


Includes bibliographical references.

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