Description: "The achievement of more compact and efficient power plants for aircraft is dependent, among other factors, on the perfection of heat-resisting materials that are superior to those in current use. Molybdenum is one of the high-melting metals (melting point, 4750 F). It is fairly abundant and also can be worked into many of the shapes required in modern power plants. To permit its widespread use at elevated temperatures, however, some means must first be found to prevent its rapid oxidation" (p. 1).
Date: July 1951
Creator: Moore, D. G.; Bolz, L. H.; Pitts, J. W. & Harrison, W. N.
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