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Method for improving the surface quality of stainless steels and other chromium-bearing iron alloys

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4078949.

A method of surface conditioning a stainless steel to remove oxides and imperfections therefrom whereby the steel is heated in a controlled atmosphere having an oxygen potential, (log P.sub.O.sbsb.2) between (-29,280/T) + 5.6 and (-27,840/T) + 8.1 where T is the absolute temperature in degrees Kelvin.

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