2 edition of Structure type descriptions for intermetallic phases in the orthorhombic system found in the catalog.
Structure type descriptions for intermetallic phases in the orthorhombic system
Includes bibliographical references (p. 92).
|Statement||E. Hellner, R. Schwarz, W.B. Pearson.|
|Series||Physics data,, Physik Daten ;, no. 16-9, Physik Daten ;, Nr. 16-9.|
|Contributions||Schwarz, R., Pearson, W. B.|
|LC Classifications||QD911 .H35 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||93180185|
Full page structure-type index (with all its representatives). Entries include full information, as in the Second Edition. Comprises all the international literature from to Includes detailed crystallographic data for unary, binary and ternary phases, excluding halides and ternary (or quaternary) oxides. Fully revised and : P. Villars. In the s Landolt-Börnstein published a series of volumes containing crystallographic data for organic (III/5 Structure Data of Organic Crystals), intermetallic (III/6 Structure Data of Elements and Intermetallic phases) and inorganic compounds (III/7 Crystal Structure Data of Inorganic.
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Intermetallic phases exhibit a vast structural diversity in which electron count is known to be one controlling factor. However, chemical bonding theory has yet to establish how electron counts and structure are interrelated for the majority of these compounds. Recently, a simple bonding picture for transition metal (T)–main group (E) intermetallics has begun to take shape based on Cited by: Schulze in defined intermetallic compounds as solid phases containing two or more metallic elements, with optionally one or more non-metallic elements, whose crystal structure differs from that of the other constituents. Under this definition, the following are included: Electron (or Hume-Rothery) compounds.
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Structure type descriptions for intermetallic phases in the orthorhombic system. Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen: Fachinformationszentrum Karlsruhe, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E Hellner; R Schwarz; W B Pearson.
Structure type descriptions for intermetallic phases in the orthorhombic system. By E Hellner, H W Müller, W B Pearson, R Schwarz and H Behrens. Topics: Other Fields of Physics. Publisher: Karlsruhe Fachinformationszent. Kernforsch.
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The geometric structures of intermetallic phases are determined by a complex interplay of various bonding types. Ionic and covalent interactions caused by charge transfer among the atoms and by local electronic structures compete with the forces that itinerant electrons exert on the atomic cores.
Formation of the complex structure with 16 atoms in the orthorhombic cell, space group Cmca (Pearson symbol oC16), was experimentally found under high pressure in the alkali elements (K, Rb, Cs) and polyvalent elements of groups IV (Si, Ge) and V (Bi).
Intermetallic phases with this structure form under pressure in binary Bi-based alloys (Bi-Sn, Bi-In, Bi-Pb).Cited by: 8. Creep of the orthorhombic phase based on the intermetallic Ti 2AlNb.
The orthorhombic phase based on Ti2AlNb intermetallic is an important constituent of several alloys currently under investigation as both monolithic products and as matrix material for intermetallic–matrix composites. The main focus of this book is on the statistics, topology and geometry of crystal structures and structure types of intermetallic phases.
The underlying physics, in particular chemical bonding, is discussed whenever it helps understand the stability of structures and the origin of their physical properties.
cent, as shown in Figure 5. Single-phase alloys follow the lines drawn while two-phase alloys have considerable scatter. RuTa, like the other L1, crystal type IrNb, has a fine structure of twins (Figure 6) or alter- nating lamellar phases (in this case L1, and B2) (7).
As Figure 7 shows, the layer structure ap- pears clearly on fracture surfaces. orthorhombic crystal system Crystals in an orthorhombic system are characterized by three mutually perpendicular axes that are unequal in length.
Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. This article was most recently revised and updated by John P. Rafferty, Editor. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: mineral: Symmetry elements. In the orthorhombic system there is a rarely used second choice of crystal axes that results in a unit cell with the shape of a right rhombic prism; it can be constructed because the rectangular two-dimensional base layer can also be described with rhombic axes.
In this axis setting, the primitive and base-centered lattices swap in centering type, while the same thing happens.
Language: English. Brand new Book. The Atlas of Crystal Structure Types for Intermetallic Phases offers you pictorial detail, clearly illustratedThe Atlas is the perfect reference to keep on your shelf beside the Second Edition of Pearson's : ASM International. The Cubic crystal system is also known as the "isometric" system.
The Cubic (Isometric) crystal system is characterized by its total symmetry. The Cubic system has three crystallographic axes that are all perpendicular to each other and equal in length.
The cubic system has one lattice point on each of the cube's four corners. HexagonalFile Size: KB. Intermetallic Matrix Composites: Properties and Applications is a comprehensive guide that studies the types and properties of intermetallic matrix composites, including their processing techniques, characterization and the various testing methods associated with these composites.
In addition, it presents modeling techniques, their strengthening mechanisms and the. Abstract: Formation of the complex structure with 16 atoms in the orthorhombic cell, space group Cmca (Pearson symbol oC16) was experimentally found under high pressure in the alkali elements (K, Rb, Cs) and polyvalent elements of groups IV (Si, Ge) and V (Bi).
Intermetallic phases with this structure form under pressure in binary Bi-based Author: Valentina F. Degtyareva. Structure Types Editors: Villars, Pierre, Cenzual, Karin (Eds.) Standard reference book with selected and easily retrievable data from the fields of physics and chemistry collected by acknowledged international scientists.
In the course of a study on the role of magnesium in polar zincides of the heavier alkaline‐earth elements, three intermetallic phases of the ternary system Ca–Mg–Zn were synthesized from. phases. The first phase of CuSn intermetallic is formed nearest the copper interface crystalline structure as seen in the images above.
The difference in ductility and Microsoft Word - What are Intermetallics and How Can We Overcome the Failures Associated with Author:File Size: KB. Structure type descriptions for intermetallic phases in the orthorhombic system Über das kristallchemische Verhalten des Galliums und Indiums in Legierungen mit Ni, Pd, Pt, Cu, Ag, Au Selected Co-authors.
TiSi crystallizes in the orthorhombic Pnma space group. The structure is three-dimensional. Ti4+ is bonded in a 7-coordinate geometry to seven equivalent Si4- atoms. There are a spread of Ti–Si bond distances ranging from – Å. Si4- is bonded in a 9-coordinate geometry to seven equivalent Ti4+ and two equivalent Si4- atoms.
In the absence of Nb, the alloy showed a single-phase FCC structure in the coating, while the Nb-containing coating showed a (CoCr)Nb-type Laves phase along with a FCC phase (Figure ). The Nb-containing coating showed significant improvement in hardness, Young’s modulus, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance in comparison to the coating without Nb.
There are many books, journals, and websites that are invaluable resources for crystallographers and X-ray diffraction. This webpage lists just a few. The list of books and journals are a bit MIT-centric, focusing on volumes that are in our library.Pearson's Handbook of Crystallographic Data for Intermetallic Phases by P.
Villars; L. D. Calvert and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now .Three quinary polar intermetallic compounds in the (Eu1−xCax)9In8(Ge1−ySny)8 (x =y = ) and the (Eu1−xCax)3In(Ge3-ySn1+y) (x =; y =) phases have been synthesized using the molten In-metal flux method, and the crystal structures are characterized by powder and single-crystal X-ray diffractions.
Two orthorhombic structural types can be Cited by: 1.