Consolidation and shaping of boron ; summary of previous work

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From abstract: "The deposit on the rods is in the form of a brittle uneven tube which is cracked off and subsequently pulverized to a 200-mesh powder. This report is chiefly concerned with methods of consolidating this powder and shaping it into forms required, though it also discusses to some extent other methods of shaping boron or born-rich materials."

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Kamm, Robert L. October 8, 1945.

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  • Main Title: Consolidation and shaping of boron ; summary of previous work
  • Series Title: Los Alamos National Laboratory Reports
  • Added Title: LAMS (Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory) Report 289
  • Added Title: Los Alamos National Laboratory Report LAMS-289

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From abstract: "The deposit on the rods is in the form of a brittle uneven tube which is cracked off and subsequently pulverized to a 200-mesh powder. This report is chiefly concerned with methods of consolidating this powder and shaping it into forms required, though it also discusses to some extent other methods of shaping boron or born-rich materials."

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16 p. : ill.

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Kamm, Robert L. Consolidation and shaping of boron ; summary of previous work, report, October 8, 1945; [Oak Ridge, Tennessee]. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc502319/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.