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Transactions of the Japan Institute of Metals, Vol.12 No.1 (1971)

3-6 :
On the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of the Super-Saturated Ferromagnetic β' Phase in the System of Cobalt and Aluminium
Hakaru Masumoto and Kiyoshi Watanabe
7-12 :
The Characteristics of Phase Transformation during the Ageing in Aluminium-Rich Zinc Alloys at High Temperature
Y. Umakoshi, M. Yamaguchi
and G. Mima
13-16 :
Study of the Phase Diagram of the GaAs-GaSb Quasi-Binary System
Jun Inoue, Kozo Osamura
and Yotaro Murakami
17-22 :
Densities and Viscosities of Iron, Cobalt and Fe-Co Alloy in Liquid State
Shunroku Watanabe
23-29 :
Impedance of Interface between Aluminium Electrode and Aqueous Halide Solutions
Katsuhisa Sugimoto, Yoshinobu Sawada
and Susumu Morioka
30-34 :
On the 550°C Change of FeCo Superlattice Alloy
Toru Yokoyama, Takasi Takezawa
and Yoshisuke Higashida
35-38 :
The Relations between Stress Corrosion Cracking and Internal Friction of Cu-Zn Alloys
Genziro Mima and Toshimi Yamane
39-43 :
Neutron Irradiation Hardening of Boron-Doped Copper
Masayuki Hasegawa, Masahiro Koiwa
and Makoto Hirabayashi
44-48 :
Phase Equilibria and Thermodynamic Properties in the VnO2n-1 System
H. Okinaka, K. Kosuge
and S. Kachi
49-54 :
Metallurgical Properties of Thin Aluminum Films Deposited in Vacuum
Hiroshi Yamamoto and Genichi Kamoshita
55-61 :
Carbothermic Reduction of Alumina and Aluminous Ores and Effects of Several Additional Materials (Studies on the Production of Crude Aluminum Alloy by the Direct Reduction of Aluminous Ores (IV)
Takeaki Kikuchi, Sadayuki Ochiai
Toshio Kurosawa and Tetsuo Yagihashi
62-67 :
Carbothermic Reduction of Bauxite and Colloidal Earth by Girod and Héroult Furnaces (Studies on the Production of Crude Aluminum Alloy by the Direct Reduc- tion of Aluminous Ores (V))
Takeaki Kikuchi, Toshio Kurosawa
and Tetsuo Yagihashi
68-69 :
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Invar Characteristics of Nonferromagnetic Mn-Pd Alloys

Hideo Saitô and Kazuaki Fukamichi

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