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EMISSION OF HIGH‐ENERGY ELECTRONS DURING ALLOY‐EVAPORATION PROCESSES ON HOT METAL FILAMENTS
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9.Pyrofuse—product of Pyrofuse Corp., 121 S. Columbus Ave., Mt. Vernon, N.Y. (private communication). Pyrofuse is sold in wire or sheet form as palladium clad with aluminum. At 600°C an alloying reaction begins, and some 325 cal/g of energy is released. The wire is largely vaporized, and the remaining solid is in small drops which have been completely melted. The manufacturer has indicated that high‐energy electrons are observed when the alloying process occurs.
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