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1887
Volume 9, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

In the second part of this paper it is shown that rhodium-platinum alloys are less readily wetted by glass than pure platinum, although the effect is marginal and disappears at temperatures above 1200°C. Gold additions are shown to increase the resistance to wetting much more effectively, the equilibrium contact angle between borosilicate glass and platinum containing 5 to 7 per cent of gold and 10 per cent of rhodium remaining above 75° up to 1500°C. This ternary alloy is stronger and more resistant to creep at high temperatures than the binary 10 per cent rhodium-platinum alloy.

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