Enthalpy relaxation behaviour of metal-metal (Zr-Cu) amorphous alloys upon annealing View Full Text


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1985-11

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A. Inoue, T. Masumoto, H. S. Chen

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Anneal-induced enthalpy relaxation behaviour was examined calorimetrically for Zr50-70Cu50-30, Zr70(Cu-Fe)30 and Zr70(Cu-Ni)30 amorphous alloys. When the alloys annealed at temperatures belowTg are heated, an excess endothermic reaction (enthalpy relaxation) occurs above the annealing temperatureTa. The peak temperature of ΔCp,endo, evolves in a continuous manner with lnta. The magnitudes of ΔCp,endo and ΔHendo for Zr-Cu binary alloys increase gradually with risingTa and then rapidly at temperatures just belowTg, while their changes as a function ofTa for the ternary alloys show a distinct two-stage splitting; a low-temperature one which peaks at aboutTg — 150 K and a high-temperature peak just belowTg. From the result that the addition of iron or nickel causes the two stage splitting of the ΔCp,endo (Ta), it was proposed that the low-temperature endothermic peak is attributed to local and medium range rearrangments of copper and iron or nickel atoms with weak bonding nature and the high-temperature reaction to the long-range co-operative regroupings of zirconium and copper, iron or nickel atoms which are composed of the skeleton structure in the metal-metal amorphous alloys. The mechanism for the appearance of the two-stage enthalpy relaxation was investigated by the concept of two-stage distributions of relaxation times proposed previously, and the distinct two-stage splitting was interpreted as arising from the distinctly distinguishable difference in the ease of atomic rearrangements between Cu-(Fe or Ni) and Zr-(Cu, Fe or Ni). More... »

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4057-4068

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