I cannot find the strain hardening (n-values) for steels online anywhere. I need to see a bunch of typical values if possible. Can anyone direct me to a online website? Or atleast mention what the typical n-value is for a low carbon steel? Thanks
Although, i guess you could say, why cant a binary solution (say A-B) be 100% pure ..... of A-B. So technically it is worded correctly but the point is the same. Why cant "anything" be truly 100% thermodynamically pure?
Oh yes, that is very confusing. I got you all mixed up haha. The question should be stated, "why cant anything ever be "truly" 100% pure?" Considering a binary system show thermodynamically how this is impossible with equations or graphs etc. Sorry mistake
I need to learn and understand why a component of a binary solution cannot be 100%. This needs to be done thermodynamically with equations. I can not find much online, and i need good detail of equations and graphs.
Thanks if you can solve.
I am having trouble figuring out the space group for a cubic structure having A atoms at 000 and B atoms at 1/2 1/2 0, 1/2 0 1/2 & 0 1/2 1/2. Now, I know that it is Pm3m, but what is confusing me is why is there not a 4 fold axis at the first m, thus, giving you a P(4/m)3m...
It comes from the same formula, for orthogonal axes the formula is 1/d^2=h^2/a^2+k^2/b^2+l^2/c^2. Since cubic has a=b=c, b and c are not needed in the formula reducing it to the formula below in my previous post. Now, if it is not orthogonal, the formula changes. I cannot find all of the...
I already have the answer to my question, but what I would like to know is why. My question is: why in the question below is the plane 111 used to find ao and not another plane?
An ordered compound of NiAl has a cubic structure with one formula unit/cell. One Al atom at...