By J. H. Westbrook, R. L. Fleischer
This can be one in all 4 volumes, every one of which is composed of reprinted chapters from the two-volume set , released in 1995. every now and then the authors have additional a short addendum to carry info brand new, and in different circumstances more moderen references were additional. Following the listings of acronyms and crystal constitution nomenclature, the 9 contributions take care of estate basics, disorder constructions, and kinetics and part alterations of all metal-metal compounds, either ordered and disordered, binary and multicomponent. Edited through Westbrook (Brookline applied sciences) and Fleischer (Union College).
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1987), Sb, Co, Takasugi and Izumi Masahashi et al. Cu, Si, (1985b) (1988b) Ge, Ga, Masahashi et al. Ti, V, (1988a) Cr, Sc Chiba et al. (1991) Aoki and Izumi (1979) Takasugi et al. (1990) Taub and Briant (1990a) Figure 8. As the amount of aluminum decreases below 25%, the ductility improvements produced by boron additions increase. , 1987). • Boron segregates to the grain boundaries in Ni3Al. The amount of segregation increases as the bulk boron concentration in the alloy increases, provided that all boron is in solid solution.
1990, 1991) C Fleischer (personal communication) fl IG, intergranular; TD, transgranular ductile; C, cleavage. , 1985). These studies, which employed Auger electron spectroscopy to measure grain-boundary segregation, failed to reveal any elements present on the boundaries except the constituent elements of the compound. One must recall that Auger electron spectroscopy does not detect hydrogen, and that elements must be present at a level greater than approximately OA0Io to be detected; but with these reservations, one can conclude that the grain boundaries in these compounds are intrinsically weak.
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