Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Fox, Charles Warren URN etd-11152013-040134 Title Identification of nitrides in type 304 stainless steel Degree Master of Science Department Metallurgical Engineering Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title John F. Eckel Committee Chair Keywords
Date of Defense 1960-08-05 Availability restricted Abstract
Experimental investigations have been conducted to determine the type of nitride which is formed in Type 304 stainless steel. On the strength of X-ray diffraction and metallographic investigations, it is concluded that nitrogen combines principally with iron in thin alloy forming a combination of iron nitrides: Fe4N, and Fe3N, and Fe2N.
It in thus concluded that the type of nitride formed in an iron base alloy is determined largely by the relative concentrations of nitride forming elements. In Type 304, iron is the major component and consequently iron nitrides are formed although such elements as chromium and manganese may enter the lattice as a substitutional atom.
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