Amorphous Metals and Semiconductors. Proceedings of an by P. Haasen, R. I. Jaffee

By P. Haasen, R. I. Jaffee

Amorphous Metals and Semiconductors includes the court cases of a world workshop held at Coronado, California, united states on could 12-18, 1985. geared up into 5 components, this ebook first appears into the historic standpoint on semiconductors and metals. This e-book then explains the glass formation, magnetic glasses, and amorphous semiconductors. The mechanical and chemical homes of those fabrics also are given.

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Inspection of Fig. 5a (left part), which summarizes schematically the atom-probe results of as-quenched specimens, yields the maximum Ti concentration in the Ti-enriched regions to be ~ 60 at % Ti with a minimum Be concentration of ~ 30 at %. On the other hand, the maximum Be content in the Be-rich regions is - 5 0 at % with the Ti concentration dropping t o ~ 40 at %. Within the confidence limits, the Zr content (c^^ « 10 at %) is found to be the same in both the Be-rich and the Ti-rich regions (Fig.

The detailed A further FIM atom-probe study * ) concerned the question as to whether the metalloid-free glassy alloys Ni^^Nb^g and Ti^QBe^^Zr^Q are already decomposed in the as-quenched state and/or whether phase separation is part of their structural relaxation mechanism. Based on TEM studies. Tanner and Ray have concluded ')that all investigated Ti-Be-Zr alloys of different composition are decomposed already after liquid-quenching. «)who claim that the TEM contrast obtained by Tanner et al. is an artifact; in contrast, their FIM patterns of both as-quenched and annealed Ti^QBe^^Zr^^ revealed no evidence of phase separation in the glassy state.

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