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Role of the adsorption factor in reduction of the long-term static crack resistance of high-strength steel in gaseous media

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Translated from Fiziko-Khimicheskaya Mekhanika Materialov, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 18–22, July–August, 1987.

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Romaniv, O.N., Nikiforchin, G.N. & Tsirul'nik, A.T. Role of the adsorption factor in reduction of the long-term static crack resistance of high-strength steel in gaseous media. Mater Sci 23, 357–361 (1988).

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  • Gaseous Medium
  • Crack Resistance
  • Static Crack
  • Static Crack Resistance
  • Adsorption Factor