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dc.contributor.authorSidorov, V.en
dc.contributor.authorUporov, S.en
dc.contributor.authorRozitsina, E.en
dc.contributor.authorYagodin, D.en
dc.contributor.authorGrushevskij, K.en
dc.contributor.authorIlinykh, N.en
dc.identifier.citationPhysical properties of some Sn-based melts / V. Sidorov, S. Uporov, E. Rozitsina [и др.] // LAM14 - XIV liquid and amorphous metals conference. — 2011. — Vol. 15.en
dc.identifier.otherYagodin, Denis/A-4425-2014; Uporov, Sergey/A-5352-2014-
dc.identifier.otherUporov, Sergey/0000-0002-7157-201X-
dc.description.abstractThe physical properties (viscosity, density, electroresistivity and magnetic susceptibility) of pure tin, copper, silver, some binary (Sn - Ag, Sn - Cu, Sn - Bi, Sn - Zn) and ternary (Sn-Ag-Cu, Sn-Bi-Ag, Sn-Bi-Zn) alloys with near eutectic compositions are investigated in wide temperature ranges. The irreversible decrease of viscosity in pure tin melt is discovered at 820 degrees C during heating. The similar anomaly with the following hysteresis of dynamic viscosity was fixed for binary and ternary alloys but at higher temperatures - 900 degrees C and 950 degrees C respectively. For all the systems it was shown that the alloys with eutectic compositions differ significantly in their electric and magnetic properties from hypo- and hypereutectic ones. Qualitative and quantitative metallographic analysis for Sn-3.8wt.%Ag-0.7wt.%Cu samples, heated low and above characteristic temperatures, showed the influence of melt overheating on crystallization kinetics.en
dc.publisherE D P SCIENCESen
dc.sourceLAM14 - XIV liquid and amorphous metals conferenceen
dc.titlePhysical properties of some Sn-based meltsen
dc.typeConference Paperen
local.conference.name14th International Conference on Liquid and Amorphous Metals (LAM)en
local.conference.dateJUL 11-16, 2010en
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