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Effects of grain size and interstitial solutes, N, O and C, on the hardness of titanium were studied at room temperature. The grain size dependence of the hardness is expressed by the Hall-Petch type equation; H=Ho+KHd-1/2, where the constants Ho and KH vary linearily with the square root of the interstitial concentration. The relative effectiveness of N, O and C on the hardness is 1.4:1.0:0.73. The linear dependence of Ho and KH on the square root of the interstitial concentration could bedoi:10.2320/matertrans1960.14.364 fatcat:3alzk5juszbexooxwb7wbwnonm