Crystallization of the amorphous alloys Fe50Ni30B20and Fe80oB20 View Full Text


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1978-06

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John L. Walter, Stanley F. Bartram, Robert R. Russell

ABSTRACT

The structure and growth characteristics of crystals growing in the amorphous alloys Fe50Ni30B20 and Fe8oB20 were studied by transmission electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction. The alloys, in the form of ribbon, were annealed for 2 h at 380° to initiate crystallization. The Fe3B crystals in both alloys have characteristic cylindrical shapes, and their structure is b.c. tetragonal witha = 8.63å andc = 4.29å. Growth occurs by formation of columnar regions which grow outward from the center of the crystal. Twinning on {211} planes of the Fe3B divides the crystals into gradrants. There is a small amount of alpha-iron incorporated in the crystal which has a preferred orientation relationship with the Fe3B. From these results and the results of earlier work, it is seen that the shape and structure of the crystals depend upon the metalloids present in the alloy. More... »

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803-814

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