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coexistence of the commensurate and oscillatory magnetic phases in chromium alloys

B. Lebech

coexistence of the commensurate and oscillatory magnetic phases in chromium alloys

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Published by Danish Atomic Energy Commission] in [Risø .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fermi surfaces.,
  • Chromium alloys -- Magnetic properties.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby B. Lebech and K. Mikke.
    SeriesRisö-M-811, Risø-M ;, 811.
    ContributionsMikke, K., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC770 .D42 no. 811, QC176.8.E4 .D42 no. 811
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 l.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5337158M
    LC Control Number72190527

      I am interested specifically in chromium and its compounds' colours, I would like some explanation in terms of interaction with photon and atomic orbitals for the various colours chromium has, and ultimately to narrow done the exclusive causes responsible for chromium's compounds' colours. The Electronic, Structural, and Magnetic Properties of the Chromium Dihalides - from the Gas-phase to the Solid-state A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Theoretical Chemistry at Massey University, . Chromium-bearing phases in the Earth’s mantle: Evidence from experiments in the Mg 2 SiO 4 –MgCr 2 O 4 system at 10–24 GPa and °C EkatErina a. Sirotkina1,2,3,*, andrEy V. BoBroV1,2,3, Luca Bindi4,5, and 6,7tEtSuo irifunE 1Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow , Russia 2Department of Petrology, Geological . Chromium's elemental symbol is Cr Chromium's atomic number is 24 This number is also the amount of protons and electrons Chromium has Chromium's average atomic mass is Chromium is in Period 4 Chromium is in Group 6 In Period 4, the traits of these elements are that Cr.


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coexistence of the commensurate and oscillatory magnetic phases in chromium alloys by B. Lebech Download PDF EPUB FB2

Cobalt– chromium alloys and nickel–chromium alloys—classified respectively as ISO () and ISO () —have been the main base metal alloys used in dental casting.

Although the required mechanical properties, such as minimum proof stress of MPa and minimum elongation of %, are the same for the two alloys, the strength and the hardness of cobalt–chromium alloys.

Fig. Absolute thermoelectric power of chromium at.% iron alloy in different magnetic states. Fig. Magnetic phase diagram of chromium-rich chromiumron alloys. Less-Common Metals, 22 () SHORT COMMUNICATIONS density wave structure of transverse nature (T SDW) and then to the commensurate antiferromagnetic (CA) by: 4.

A Preliminary Study of the Alloys of Chromium, Copper, and Nickel (Classic Reprint) [David Ford McFarland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Purpose of the I nvestigation. The growing interest in special acid-resisting alloys and the many uses found for them has stimulated both the search for efficient materials of this nature and the study of the causes underlying their.

The partition coefficients of chromium and carbon to primary austenite were measured on Fe-Cr-C ternary alloys containing to mass% C and to 26 mass% Cr.

Each alloy specimen was held for 1 h at a temperature just below the liquidus and then quenched in water cooled copper by:   Chromium, V2: Metallurgy Of Chromium And Its Alloys [Udy, Marvin J., Hamor, William A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Chromium, V2: Metallurgy Of 5/5(1). High chromium white irons are ferrous based alloys containing 11–30 wt-% chromium and – wt-% carbon, with molybdenum, manganese, copper, and nickel sometimes added as additional alloying.

Full text of "Phase-diagram study of alloys in the iron-chromium-molybdenum-nickel system" See other formats Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards Vol. 58, No. 1, January Research Paper Phase-Diagram Study of Alloys in the Iron-Chromium- Molybdenum-Nickel System C.

Bechtoldt and H. Vacher Alloys in the iron-chromium-molybdenum-nickel system were examined. Hard Magnetic Properties Induced in Soft Amorphous Co-Based Wires p Coexistence of Ferromagnetic and Glassy Behavior in High-Coercivity Nd 50 Fe 40 Si x Al x Amorphous AlloysAuthor: Horia Chiriac, N.

Lupu. Chromium copper alloys are high copper alloys, containing to % Cr. The chromium copper alloys are used for their high strength, corrosion resistance and electrical conductivity. The chromium copper alloys are age hardenable, which, in this case, means that a change in properties occurs at elevated temperature due to the precipitation of.

Magnetic Cluster Expansion method is applied to the investigation of magnetic properties of Fe-Cr alloys treated as a function of Cr content, the spatial distribution of Cr atoms, and temperature.

Random Fe-Cr alloys and Cr clusters formed in concentrated alloys are analyzed. We find significant differences between the types of magnetic order characterizing those systems, which are reflected Cited by: 2.

Note presenting a survey of the chromium-cobalt-nickel ternary phase diagram at degrees Celsius by means of microscopic and X-ray diffraction studies on vacuum-melted alloys prepared from commercial metals of the highest purity available.

Three distinct phases are by: 1. Shika Zairyo Kikai. Sep;3(5) [Biological evaluation of nickel-chromium alloys].

[Article in Japanese] Sato A. PMID: Author: Sato A. High surface area mesoporous Cr2O3 nanostructures are synthesized using MIL(Cr) as a sacrificial template in a combustion synthesis with the octahedral shape of the MOF retained.

This new synthetic approach avoids a template-removal step, can be carried out in Cited by:   A study was made of the dependence of the processes of structure formation in a P/M iron-chromium-cobalt alloy on heat treatment conditions. Optimum magnetic properties are attained in an alloy of this composition after 3-h sintering at a temperature of ±10°C, TMT, and stepwise tempering.

The alloy investigated and the process developed can be employed for the industrial manufacture of Cited by: 1. Cite this chapter as: Dubiel S.M. () “Influence of chromium on Sn site hyperfine magnetic fields in Fe-Cr alloys”. In: Bethge K., Baumann H., Jex H., Rauch F. Author: S.

Dubiel. For alloys of two hypothetical metals A and B, there exist an α, A-rich phase and a β, B-rich phase. From the mass fractions of both phases for two different alloys provided in the table below, (which are at the same temperature), determine the composition of the phase boundary (or File Size: 1MB.

Chromium (Cr), chemical element of Group 6 (VIb) of the periodic table, a hard, steel-gray metal that takes a high polish and is used in alloys to increase strength and corrosion resistance.

Chromium was discovered () by the French chemist Nicolas-Louis Vauquelin and isolated as the metal a. Electron spin can bring order out of chaos, that's a prediction regarding the ordering of Cr in an equiatomic fcc NiFeCrCo high entropy alloy (HEA) according to research by a team of scientists at North Carolina State University and Furman University, South Carolina, USA.

Volume and grain boundary diffusion of chromium in Ni–16 mass%Cr–7 mass%Fe alloys containingand mass% of carbon have been measured using radioactive tracer 51 Cr over the temperature range of – K by serial radio-frequency sputter-microsectioning technique.

While the volume diffusion coefficients are largely unaffected by the presence of carbon, the increase in Cited by: stable b and c phases were detected. The alloys contain mixtures of the c, b, and s phases. It is evident that as temperature increases from to C, the mass frac-tions of c and b phases increase at the expense of the s phase.

The results clearly show that the s phase decom-posed into the stable c and b phases in the MnAl alloy without C. Cite the phases that are present and the phase compositions for the following alloys: (a) 90 wt% Zn wt% Cu at °C (°F) (b) 75 wt% Sn wt% Pb at °C (°F).

Abstract: Thermodynamic and kinetic models are constructed to describe the development of the chromium depleted zone in Ni-Cr-Fe alloys heated in the range K. The models are interactive and constitute a computer program called DEPLETE.

The thermodynamic model is constructed using the Kohler method for the description of the free energy of a multi-component by: In contaminated sites the concentration of chromium was found to be higher in the reducible phase in soils (%) and oxidisable phases in sludge (%) which act as the scavenger of chromium in.

The alloys of high chromium content melted at much higher temperatures than the other alloys and it was noted that the reaction with the crucible was much more pronounced in these alloys. From all these facts, it was con- cluded that the unknown phase was produced by an impurity, probably zirconium, reduced by the interaction of the melt with.

Zobozdrav Vestn. Summer;35() [Qualitative implantation test of cobalt-chromium alloys]. [Article in Croatian] Marion L, Sedej : Marion L, Sedej R. Determine the relative amounts (in terms of mass fractions) of the phases for the alloys and temperatures given in Problem Solution This problem asks that we determine the phase mass fractions for the alloys and temperatures in Problem (a) From Problem a, ε and η phases are present for a 90 wt% Zn wt% Cu alloy at °C File Size: 1MB.

Chromium is a bright, blue/white metal with excellent corrosion resistance. It is obtained by the aluminium reduction of Cr 2 O 3, the source of which is chromite, a double oxide of chromium and iron which generally also contains magnesium. It has an abundance. Determine the relative amounts (in terms of volume fractions) of the phases for the alloys and temperatures given in Problems a and b.

Given here are the approximate densities of the various metals at the alloy temperatures: Temperature Density. Metal (°C) (g/cm3) Cu Mg File Size: KB. (). Precipitation of chromium containing dispersoids in Al–Mg–Si alloys. Materials Science and Technology: Vol.

16, No. 6, pp. Cited by: Heusler alloys have been predicted to be half-metals.7 Aki-naga and collaborators8 were able to crystallize a CrAs thin film in the zinc-blende structure, that is similar to the lattice of the Heusler alloys.

The magnetic moment per formula unit was found to be close to 3 B that corresponds to the integer value characteristic for half-metals. WAS and KRUGER: CHROMIUM DEPLETION IN N&C-Fe ALLOYS this study - MOO T(KJ Fig. Temperature dependence of Gibbs free energy of formation of the carbide Cr,C.

Numbers refer to the references. In addition, since the carbide is taken to be com. How many grams of chromium metal are plated out when a constant current of A is passed through an aqueous solution containing Cr 3+ ions for minutes. Expert Answer % (1 rating). iron-chromium alloys containing 10 and 25 mass% Cr and the saturated aluminium melt at C.

Under conditions of simultaneous dissolution in pure liquid aluminium only the Fe 2Al 5 phase forms an adherent continuous layer, while the Fe 2Al 7, FeAl 3, FeAl 6, CrAl 7 and other phases exist as inclusions in the aluminium matrix.

Dissolution of. Cite the phases that are present and the phase compositions for the following alloys: (a) 15 wt% Sn–85 wt% Pb at °C (°F) (b) 25 wt% Pb–75 wt% Mg at °C (°F) (e) kg Sn and 14 kg Pb at °C (°F) (f) lb m Cu and lb m Zn at °C (°F) Solution (a) For an alloy composed of 15 wt% Sn wt% Pb and at.

You may have heard of Hund's rule - electrons tend to occupy orbitals singly before pairing up. It turns out that the 4s orbital and the 3d orbital are very close in energy, such that you can almost treat them as degenerate.

In both cases, it is more stable to "promote" an electron from the 4s to 3d to satisfy a half-filled or fully-filled orbital (both of which are "preferred" due to their.

A reactive, silver-white metal that is second in abundance to sodium in ocean water. Due to its low density and high strength, its alloys are often used for structural purposes in the transportation industry, as in "mag" wheels. It is also used in fireworks and incendiary bombs because it ignites readily.

Figure 1: Magnetic ordering (Néel) temperature and zero-temperature properties of Cr 1-x V x near its quantum critical point. The metallurgy of chromium, while making no great strides durirghas shown some rather interesting developments along several lines, particularly in the field of alloys.

Some time ago Haynesl described the production of alloys of cobalt and chromium, having hardness and tensile properties comparable with steel. In addition to chromium other metals are added to give the steel particular from F&B at Hospitality PcsAuthor: Jiangshanyu. Purpose: This study evaluates the effect of thermo-mechanical cycling (TMC) on the bond strength of a ceramic to three cobalt-chromium (Co-Cr) and two nickel-chromium (Ni-Cr) alloys.

Materials and Methods: One hundred metal-ceramic specimens were prepared. While half of the specimens from each metal-ceramic combination (n = 10) were tested after storage in water at 37°C for 24 hours, the.

Problem: The work function for chromium metal is eV. What wavelength of radiation must be used to eject electrons with a velocity of km/s? 🤓 Based on our data, we think this question is relevant for Professor Fakhreddine's class at TEXAS.Chromium (lll) complexes: Synthesis, spectral characterization and microbial studies Sulekh Chandra*1 and Poonam Pipil 2 1Department of Chemistry, Zakir Husain Delhi College, University of Delhi, J.L.

Nehru Marg, New Delhi, India 2Department of Chemistry Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, Raja Garden, Ring Road, New DelhiFile Size: KB.Answer: Molybdenum (Mo) and Tungsten (W) will have properties similar to that of Chromium (Cr) because it belongs to group 6 in the modern periodic table.

When Mendeleev discovered the periodic table he arranged the elements in the periodic table according to their atomic masses and arranged them in a order where groups of elements with.