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How do you define it? In625 Silk ? Nconel625, an alloy grade of aluminum with 8.4 grams per cubic meter and a melting point between 1290-1350 degC is it. It is highly resistant to organic acid corrosion. Here are some of the key features In625 Powder A 625 cubic lattice structure has a face-centered cube. When kept at about 650degC for a long enough time,carbon particles and unstable quaternary phases will precipitate and transform into stable Ni3(Nb,Ti)orthorhombic lattice p


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