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RE: Activation Calculations

The CRC Handbook of tables for Applied Engineering Science also has
nominal composition of many metals and alloys.


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	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Al Wolff [SMTP:alwolff@ies.iec-energy.com]
	Sent:	Thursday, April 02, 1998 5:29 AM
	To:	Multiple recipients of list
	Subject:	Activation Calculations

	Does anyone know of a good reference having the compositions by
	percent of trace elements (such as cobalt) in metals such as the
	stainless steels, zircalloys. etc. 

	This would be for use in performing activation calculations. I
have found
	several references showing the main constituents but finding the
	content is another story.