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E. 04 lm, on a synthetic leather cloth. 8, acting as a weak etchant. Alternatively, a finegrained Al2O3 suspension with an additive of cold saturated hydrous oxalic acid can be used for final polishing on a short fiber velvet cloth. Liquid soap is an approved addition for both suspensions. The final polishing will in general be repeated in short steps several times, followed by etching of the microsection and verification of the microstructure under the optical microscope. ) in 100 ml H2O. Immediately before etching a small amount of H2O2 can be added.
To reach the required strength levels of cp titanium grades, only oxygen is intentionally alloyed; while elements like carbon and iron are considered impurities brought into the alloy via the manufacturing process. The four cp titanium Grades 1 to 4 (Tab. 5) cover a room temperature tensile strength level of 240 to 740 MPa. Of these, Grade 1 has the lowest strength level and excellent cold formability. Therefore, it is used for deep drawing applications, as cladding alloy for steel reactors, as well as sheet metal for explosive claddings – generally speaking for parts which require excellent corrosion resistance but only low strength.