REACTIONS OF TITANIUM WITH WATER AND AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS. Quarterly Report No. 1, (Report No. 2) for March 15-June 15, 1957

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A reactor for investigation of the action of oxygenated water on Ti was constructed, which allows examination of these reactions under any conditions up to 300 deg C and 2000 psi, using either static or dynamic conditions of fiow. Rupture disks made of Ti foil 4 to 12 mils thick reacted violently with O/sub 2/ at any temperature between 30 to 300 deg C, if a fresh surface was exposed by breaking the disks. Such disks did not react with water containing up to 2000 ppm 0/sub 2/, even when a fresh surface was produced. Titanium foil of the same ... continued below

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Littman, F.E. & Church, F.M. July 11, 1957.

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A reactor for investigation of the action of oxygenated water on Ti was constructed, which allows examination of these reactions under any conditions up to 300 deg C and 2000 psi, using either static or dynamic conditions of fiow. Rupture disks made of Ti foil 4 to 12 mils thick reacted violently with O/sub 2/ at any temperature between 30 to 300 deg C, if a fresh surface was exposed by breaking the disks. Such disks did not react with water containing up to 2000 ppm 0/sub 2/, even when a fresh surface was produced. Titanium foil of the same dimensions suspended in the reactor did not react with C2 at temperatures up to 300 deg C, as long as no fresh surface was produced mechanically. (auth)

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  • Report No.: AECU-3581
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  • DOI: 10.2172/4324848 | External Link
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Littman, F.E. & Church, F.M. REACTIONS OF TITANIUM WITH WATER AND AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS. Quarterly Report No. 1, (Report No. 2) for March 15-June 15, 1957, report, July 11, 1957; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1026890/: accessed September 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.