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Title: Microheterogeneity of liquid metallic solutions and its influence on the structure and properties of rapidly quenched alloys
Authors: Popel, P. S.
Sidorov, V. E.
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA LAUSANNE
Citation: Popel P. S. Microheterogeneity of liquid metallic solutions and its influence on the structure and properties of rapidly quenched alloys / P. S. Popel, V. E. Sidorov // Materials science and engineering a-structural materials properties microstructure and processing. — 1997. — Vol. 226. — P. 237-244.
Abstract: The appearance of microdomains enriched with one of the components in metallic glasses is considered to be a result of microheterogeneity in the initial melts. The microheterogeneous state in liquid alloys is a long-lived metastable or non-equilibrium one with prolonged relaxation time. it is inherited from initial crystalline samples or formed during components mixing slightly above liquidus or immiscibility domain. The characteristic scale of the microheterogeneity is approximately 10-100 nm. Some new experimental data confirming these ideas are demonstrated and the possible structural changes of the melts due to temperature increase or other factors are discussed also. The influence of the melt's structural state on the structure and properties of rapidly quenched crystalline and amorphous alloys is described. (C) 1997 Elsevier Science S.A.
Keywords: METALLIC GLASSES
MICROHETEROGENEITY
RAPIDLY QUENCHED ALLOYS
ANGLE NEUTRON-SCATTERING
AMORPHOUS-ALLOYS
TEMPERATURE
GLASSES
CRYSTALLIZATION
ANISOTROPY
RANGE
URI: http://elar.uspu.ru/handle/uspu/5388
Conference name: 9th International Conference on Rapidly Quenched and Metastable Materials
Conference date: AUG 25-30, 1996
DOI: 10.1016/S0921-5093(96)10624-9
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