Static Crucible Investigation of Corrosion and Mass-Transfer of Nickel in Molten Sodium Hydroxide With Various Additives
Description: Memorandum presenting an investigation of the effects of a number of additives on the phenomena of corrosion and mass transfer of nickel by molten sodium hydroxide in the neighborhood of 1500 degrees Fahrenheit by means of static crucible tests. The additives are classified by their effects, including being detrimental, inert, and beneficial. The additives found to reduce mass transfer were calcium hydride, sodium aluminate, and hydrogen.
Date: August 1953
Creator: Forestieri, Americo F. & Zelezny, William F.
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