A laboratory apparatus for producing swelling in uranium
J. Martin Tobin, J. H. Sako, Hanford Atomic Products Operation. Reactor and Fuels Research and Development Operation, Hanford Works, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, United States. Energy Research and Development Administration, United States. National Bureau of Standards. Fracture and Deformation Division, United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Fusion Energy, United States. National Bureau of Standards
U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, 1959 - Gases - 17 pages
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abnormal glow discharge anode arc discharge argon Atomic Energy Commission bubble formation bubbles in uranium cathode discharge tube cathode fall cathode glow cent volume increase Ceramics TID-4500 chimney Completely Assembled Apparatus Control Sample Cut-away Picture Diameter Voids Devel employee or contractor etching exposed specimen FIGURE 4a formation of bubbles given in Figure glow discharge region glow discharge tube HANFORD HELIUM hollow cathode discharge Hollow Uranium inch thick uranium inert gas bubble inner surface INSULATION introducing the gas irradiated J. H. Sako kinetic energies LABORATORY APPARATUS light shadows extending Martin Tobin Mastel mechanism of entry metal cathodes Metallurgy and Ceramics microns Hg pressure normal glow discharge Operation photomicrograph process disclosed PRODUCING SWELLING Sample of Uranium Spectrographic spots with light sputtering stainless steel SWELLING IN URANIUM tantalum thick uranium disk thin luminous layer Tolansky UNCLASSIFIED uranium cathode Uranium Cylinder uranium disk base Uranium sheet metal uranium surface visible glow Vycor xenon gas