BS 3504:1962 - Specification for magnesium-activated nickel for cathodes of electronic tubes and valves

BS 3504:1962

Specification for magnesium-activated nickel for cathodes of electronic tubes and valves

Status : Withdrawn   Published : May 1962

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Specifies the composition, mechanical properties and finish of two grades of magnesium-activated nickel (0.075 and 0.050 per cent magnesium) in the form of tube, strip, tape or wire used in the manufacture of oxide-coated cathodes for electronic tubes and valves.




Standard NumberBS 3504:1962
TitleSpecification for magnesium-activated nickel for cathodes of electronic tubes and valves
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date04 May 1962
Confirm Date15 December 1982
Withdrawn Date02 August 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Amended ByPD 4723
Draft Superseded ByCY(TLE)1453 DC
DescriptorsNickel, Activating agents, Magnesium-containing alloys, Cathodes, Electrodes, Electron tubes, Chemical composition, Marking, Bend testing, Test specimens, Test equipment
ICS77.150.40
Title in FrenchNickel active-magnesium pour cathodes de tubes et lampes electroniques. Specification
Title in GermanMagnesium-aktiviertes Nickel fuer Kathoden elektronischer Roehren und Ventile. Spezifikation
CommitteeL/-/99
ISBN0 580 03931 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages10
File Size331.4 KB
NotesThis standard has been withdrawn as the standard is no longer relevant
Price£110.00


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