Strange request

I am looking for something strange. Does anyone have anecdotal evidence of any material that when alloyed with or applied to structural steel can
accelerate creep at normal temperatures and sub-yield stresses?
TIA.
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Richard Burke wrote:

Are you with Homeland Security?
We don't normally discuss metal rubberizing creams in an open newsgroup.
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Try applying heat. No need for anecdotal evidence...

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Anything with a high energy alpha-particle (or fast neutron) emitting activity should do it.... do wear thick gloves when you smear it on, though. And don't lick your fingers!
Steve
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