NEW ! Oxygen and Nitrogen in Solid Iron, Steel, Nickel-Base, and Cobalt-Base Alloys

DOCUMENT: Application | Ref: 203-821-527Download
Category: Analytical Elemental analysis, Metallurgy and Metals

The LECO ON736 provides a cost-effective and efficient means of simultaneously determining the amount of oxygen and nitrogen in steel, nickel-base, and cobalt-base alloys.
The following application note outlines the hardware requirements, system settings, and expected performance of this test.

Determining the amount of oxygen and nitrogen in steel is critical to process and quality control when making steel, nickel-base, and cobalt-base alloys.
Oxygen is used to create steel from pig iron by removing excess carbon, and to remove impurities through oxidation.
The amount of nitrogen is indicative of the expected mechanical and corrosion properties of the alloy. Ref. 203-821-527

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