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Influence of Cu addition on the glass transition behavior of LaCe-based metallic glasses
Song, L. J.; Bi, J. Z.; Li, R.; Xu, W.; Huo, J. T.; Wang, J. Q.; Wang, X. M.
2018
Source PublicationINTERMETALLICS
Volume94Pages:38-41
AbstractThe effect of Cu content on glass transition behavior of (La0.5Ce0.5)(65)Al10Co25-xCux (x = 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25) metallic glasses was measured by high-rate and high-precision differential scanning calorimetry. It is observed that the glass transition temperature (T-g) decreases with the increase of the Cu content. The fragility (m) increases first and then decreases with the increasing of Cu content, with a maximum m = 63.6 for x = 10. A correlation is confirmed between the enthalpy of mixing fragility. These results suggest that metallic glasses with desirable supercooled liquids characters can be designed by alloying elements with suitable mixing enthalpy.
KeywordSupercooled Liquid Forming Ability Fragility Crystallization Calorimetry Temperature Relaxation Plasticity Stability Polymers
Subject AreaEngineering ; Materials Science ; Physics
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.nimte.ac.cn/handle/174433/16785
Collection2018专题
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Song, L. J.,Bi, J. Z.,Li, R.,et al. Influence of Cu addition on the glass transition behavior of LaCe-based metallic glasses[J]. INTERMETALLICS,2018,94:38-41.
APA Song, L. J..,Bi, J. Z..,Li, R..,Xu, W..,Huo, J. T..,...&Wang, X. M..(2018).Influence of Cu addition on the glass transition behavior of LaCe-based metallic glasses.INTERMETALLICS,94,38-41.
MLA Song, L. J.,et al."Influence of Cu addition on the glass transition behavior of LaCe-based metallic glasses".INTERMETALLICS 94(2018):38-41.
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