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Fig. 12. — Surface changes produced in low-carbon steel by heating above the A3 transformation temperature
(a) Carbonless surface layer (cropped to square; levels 0 1.10 255)
Henry. S. Rawdon (1880-1954 *) and Howard Scott (1893-1968 ?). “Microstructure of iron and mild steel at high temperatures.” National Bureau of Standards, Scientific Papers, Vol. 15 (No. 356, 1919)
NIST copy, scandate 20111007185201

“The specimen was used for a series of thermal curves and was heated four times above the A3 transformation temperature; the total period above this temperature was four hours. The specimen was treated as for Fig. 13, with which this figure should be compared. Magnification, 500 diameters; etching, 2 percent alcoholic nitric acid“

Choreography... the interruption (or subversion) of dancing...

Alva Noë, Strange Tools : Art and Human Nature (2015) : 103

7 December 2015

dance; H. S. Rawdon & H. Scott, “Microstructure of iron and mild steel at high temperatures” (1919); Alva Noë, Strange Tools (2015)