1938 Hetherington 2129689 Urea Process

This invention describes that the corrosion of chromium alloy steels can be reduced by adding polyvalent metals in the melt. For example copper, bismuth, cobalt, iron vanadium, mercury, chromium, nickel, zirconium, molybdenum, cerium, lead uranium or the like.


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