The experimental apparatus for electrical resistivity measurements of liquid metals and alloys

Masaki, T.; Itami, T.; Kuribayashi, K.; Hinada, M.; Kawasaki, K.
June 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun96, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p2325
Academic Journal
Reports on the development of an experimental apparatus for electrical resistivity measurements of liquid metals and alloys under microgravity due to the launch rocket. Materials used in the cell for electrical resistivity measurements; Successful application of the method for liquid bismuth-gallium alloys.


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