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Fully ferritic. Total carbon 3-15%, silicon 2-2%0, manganese 0-67% sulphur 0-11%, phosphorus 0-24% (etched 5% nital, χ 400) Figure 23. Sample of cast iron water-quenched after 23 h at 790°C. Some α to γ change, but predominantly ferritic. Cf. Figure 22 (etched 5% nital, χ 400) 26 Figure 24. Sample of cast iron watër-quenched after 24 h at 810°C. Considerable but some ferrite present (etched 5% nital, χ 400) α to γ change, Figure 25. Sample of cast iron water-quenched after 24 h at 830°C. The a to γ change is complete.
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