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05-09-2017 | Issue 11/2017

Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 11/2017

Phase Stability of Intermetallic Compound Ce3Al in Mechanical Milling

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Authors:
Yan-ping Zhang, Hiroyuki Takeya, Kenji Sakurai
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Manuscript submitted May 3, 2017.

Abstract

For many years, cerium-aluminum systems have been extensively studied because of their unusual magnetic behavior. As the atomic radii of cerium and aluminum differ greatly from each other, a solid solution is not obtained because of the Hume-Rothery rule. Therefore, intermetallic compounds are usually studied, and structural stability is crucial for further discussion of their physical properties. The present article reports on high-energy ball milling of the intermetallic compound Ce3Al at room temperature. It has been found that non-equilibrium supersaturated Ce solid solution was formed during the milling. The solubility of aluminum was estimated as 5 to 13 at. pct from the peak shifts of the X-ray diffraction pattern. The structural changes in the initial stages of the milling were also studied.

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