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DATE

2016-04-28

AUTHORS

Yong Zhang , Sheng Guo , C. T. Liu , Xiao Yang

ABSTRACT

This chapter gives an overview of existing active phase formation rules for high-entropy alloys (HEAs). A parametric approach using physiochemical parameters including enthalpy of mixing, entropy of mixing, melting points, atomic size difference, and valence electron concentration is used to delineate phase formation rules for HEAs, with a reference to other multicomponent alloys like bulk metallic glasses (BMGs). Specifically, rules on forming solid solutions, intermetallic compounds, and the amorphous phase are described in detail; formation rules of solid solutions with the face-centered cubic (fcc) or body-centered cubic (bcc) structure are also discussed. Some remaining issues and future prospects on phase formation rules for HEAs are also addressed at the end. More... »

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21-49

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-27013-5_2

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