Become more cathodic and the rate of corrosion at the tip will decrease.
Become more anodic and the rate of the corrosion at the tip will increase.
Become more anodic and the rate of corrosion at the crack walls will increase.
Additional force used.
Percentage of the basic element in the alloy
Percentage of carbon in the alloy in hundredths of a percent
Basic alloying element
Increases the tensile strength
Makes the material brittle
Removes stresses caused by forming
A tendency for them to return to their natural state
Blocking the flow of electrons in homogenous metals, or between dissimiliar metals
Electron flow in or between metals from cathodic to anodic areas
Grey cast iron
White cast iron
Ductile cast iron
The major alloying element
The number of major alloying elements used in the metal
The percent of alloying metal added
The bonding of molecules by cross-linking with catalysts
Breaking molecular bonds during polymerisation
The cold fusion and heat treatment of powdered materials
Delay age hardening.
Accelerate age hardening.
Have no affect on age hardening.
Less electrically conducive.
More electrically conducive.
Not be affected
The forces between adhesive molecules and base molecules are the same
The forces between adhesive molecules and base molecules are greater than between the adhesive molecules
The forces between adhesive molecules and base molecules are lesser than between the adhesive molecules
Eddy current inspection
Magnetic particle inspection
Resist corrosion at high temperature
Resist softening at high temperature
Resist embrittlement at high temperature
Increasing melting point
Hammers and chisels