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Definition of Interstrain
Lexicographical Neighbors of Interstrain
Literary usage of Interstrain
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metallography and Heat Treatment of Iron and Steel by Albert Sauveur (1918)
"interstrain Theory. — Andrew McCance believes that on cooling steel quickly from above its critical range the whole of the carbon remains in solution while ..."
2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"... internal tension or interstrain is dependent upon the chemi constitution at the instant of quenching and the rate of cooling throu the critical range. ..."
3. Johnson's Materials of Construction by John Butler Johnson, Morton Owen Withey, James Aston (1919)
"Carbon Theories < „ , , . , „,, I Sub-carbide Theory. t Early Stress Theory. Stress Theories J interstrain Theory. I Twinning and Amorphous Iron Theory. ..."
4. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"... strained iron cannot be described as amorphous because if it were amorphous it could not be ferro-magnetic—"interstrain" being a better term to describe ..."
5. Metallography by Samuel Leslie Hoyt (1921)
"Possibly this objection is not entirely adequate because it may be assumed that the interstrain is due to a constitutional or ..."
6. Iron and Steel (a Pocket Encyclopedia): Including Allied Industries and Sciences by Hugh Philip Tiemann (1919)
"... interstrain theory is somewhat similar as he claims that there is a solution of carbon in alpha iron (transformed from gamma iron) with some gamma iron; ..."
7. Biotechnology: Plant Nutrition: A Bibliography, January 1988-April 1993 by Janet Saunders (1994)
"... Molybdenum; Vanadium 40 NAL Call No: 448.3 APS Chemical control of interstrain compétition for soybean nodulation by Bradyrhizobium japonicum. ..."