Measurement of the Thermal Expansivity of Ag and Some Ag-In Alloys by High Temperature X-Ray Diffraction Camera

  • S. M. Riad


An X-ray diffraction investigation was conducted at temperatures ranging from 40° to 900° C to determine the lattice parameter — temperature relations in vacuum for 99.999% pure Ag, and some Ag-In alloys within the alpha solid solubility range, and to study the effect of different gases (air, N2 O2 and H2) on the thermal expansivity of Ag.


Thermal Expansivity Fuse Quartz Linear Thermal Expansion Coefficient Quartz Fiber Pure Silver 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. M. Riad
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  1. 1.Cairo UniversityEgypt

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