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The influence of alloying levels in the range (in mass"/•) of O.O1-0.5 nitrogen and 0.2-10 manganese on pitting corrosion resistance has been investigated for austenitic stainless steels with a base composition (in mass'/•) of 20Cr 1 8Ni 4.5Mo. The beneficial effect of nitrogen alloying is confirmed, while the detrimental effect of manganese alloying can be offset by the higher nitrogen contents attainable in such steels. The effect of sensitizing heat treatments at 800 and 900'C on resistancedoi:10.2355/isijinternational.36.818 fatcat:amvsyecqlzd2xkpwzvi7esjjte