Definition - What does Ingot mean?
An ingot is a metal material that has been cast into a shape to be stored and further processed. Ingots are used to study corrosion pattern presentation in different metal types.
Corrosionpedia explains Ingot
Ingots are usually in fixed shapes such as rectangles, squares or polygons. Various methods are used to analyze ingots for the process to corrosion. Such methods may include x-ray diffraction, optical electron microscopy and energy-dispersive x-ray spectrometry, which are used to analyze the erosion and corrosion.
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