Definition of Cementites
1. cementite [n] - See also: cementite
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cementites
Literary usage of Cementites
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1914)
"The pro-eutectic, eutectic, and pro-eutectoid cementites are merged, and cannot be distinguished from each o/her under the microscope. Their sum, <S'D, ..."
2. The Microscopic Analysis of Metals by Floris Osmond (1904)
"However, the hypothesis of several isomeric cementites, enunciated by Professor Campbell,1 is not altogether excluded. The characteristic property of ..."
3. The Physical Chemistry of the Metals by Friedrich Rudolf Schenck (1919)
"... a stable compound which is not split into its elements and that both cementites are isomorphous and are miscible in all proportions in the solid state. ..."
4. The Metallography of Iron and Steel by Albert Sauveur (1912)
"Both of these cementites constitute the free cementite present in cast iron, containing more than 1.7 per cent of combined carbon; while formed, ..."
5. The Application of Physico-chemical Theory to Technical Processes and by Robert Konrad Kremann, Albert Mond (1913)
"Now these two cementites are completely miscible in the solid state. It is generally assumed that the properties of isomorphous mixtures, eg their power of ..."
6. Siderology: The Science of Iron; the Constitution of Iron Alloys and Slags by Hanns von Jüptner (1902)
"... of the cementites in different kinds of steel, they are now, in consequence of the analytical results of Ledebur, and microscopical investigations ..."
7. Siderology: The Science of Iron by Hanns von Jüptner (1902)
"... since their composition is often different from that of ordinary cementites, it will soon be necessary to invest them with another appellation. ..."