Annealing behaviour of amorphous Fe80B20 on continuous heating View Full Text


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1981-11

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O. T. Inal, C. V. Robino, L. Keller, F. G. Yost, M. M. Karnowsky

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Resistance measurements during direct heating of Fe80B20 amorphous alloys indicate phase changes occur at 395, 500, 720 and 840° C. Samples heated to these temperatures, and maintained for five minutes in a neutral atmosphere, show that a hardness maximum occurs at the crystallization temperature of 395° C and that annealing at 500° C produces a material with the same hardness. Above 500° C the microhardness is seen to drop below that of the amorphous alloy. Saturation magnetization measurements show a steady increase following each anneal, up to a temperature of 720° C, and the rate of increase is seen to drop in the range of 720 to 840° C. X-ray diffraction studies show that only a small fraction of the matrix is crystallized following the anneal at 395° C and the transformed phases are α-Fe and Fe3B. Following annealing at 500° C, an increased proportion of α-Fe and Fe3B are observed with complete crystallinity while samples heattreated at 720° C are seen to consist of a three-phase mixture of α-Fe, Fe23B6 and Fe2B. Annealing at 840° C is seen to produce an equilibrium phase mixture of α-Fe and Fe2B phases. Only in the sample annealed at 395° C is a fraction of the amorphous phase seen to persist, indicating that a 5 min anneal is not sufficient, at this temperature, to induce complete crystallization. These structural features are corroborated by field ion microscope analyses, made at liquid nitrogen temperature in a medium of pure neon, and scanning electron microscopy, and are also consistent with our earlier study involving the isothermal annealing, for various times, of Fe80B20 alloy at 780° C. More... »

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3183-3193

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