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Surface Crystallization Behavior of Metglas 2605-SC and 2826-MB

Research Area: Nanofabrication Year: 1987
Type of Publication: Article Keywords: Metglas, reflection electron diffraction, surface crystallization
Authors: Axel Scherer; O. T. Inal
Journal: Journal of Materials Science Volume: 22
Number: 1 Pages: 193-201
Month: January
Abstract:
The crystallization behaviour of two quaternary amorphous alloys, Metglas 2605-SC and Maglas 2826-MB, were investigated by reflection electron diffraction observations ofin situ heat treatment. The surface crystallization phenomena of these materials were compared to those of the bulk, in particular with respect to the structures of the initial metastable crystallization products. Anisotropic crystallization of the surfaces was observed on both of these ribbons, indicated by oriented arc patterns of the initial crystallites. This effect was determined to be a result of local elemental depletion of the surface layers.
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