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High pressure melting was used to increase the nitrogen concentration in iron-carbon alloys. Nitrogen concentration in the alloys followed Sieverts' Law. Increasing the carbon concentration decreased the nitrogen concentration. Alloy concentrations above approximately 0.5wto/o nitrogen and carbon resulted in stabilizing the austenitic phase and eliminated the formation of nitrides and carbides.doi:10.2355/isijinternational.36.746 fatcat:f44hz5ebsje37o2bmxi6jddyoe