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    Samuha, S. Grushko, B. and Meshi, L. 2016. Refinement of the Al-rich part of the Al–Cu–Re phase diagram and atomic model of the ternary Al6.2Cu2Re phase. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Vol. 670, p. 18.


X-ray powder diffraction data for high-temperature Al4Re(Ni)

  • B. Grushko (a1)
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A monoclinic phase isostructural to Al4W was revealed in Al–Ni–Re close to the Al–Re terminal. It is assumed to be a ternary extension of the high-temperature Al4Re phase usually transforming in binary alloys even by sharp quenching from the existence temperatures. The powder X-ray diffraction pattern of this phase of the Al77Ni2.5Re20.5 composition was indexed for the Cm space group with a=5.1538(12) Å, b=17.410(5) Å, c=5.1546(15) Å, and β=100.548(16)°.

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S. Balanetskyy and B. Grushko (2008). “A study of the Al-rich part of the Al–Re alloy system,” J. Alloys Compd.JALCEU0925-838810.1016/j.jallcom.2007.03.075457, 348356.

B. Grushko and S. Balanetskyy (2008). “X-ray powder diffraction data for Al73.5Ni18.5Re8 orthorhombic phase,” Powder Diffr.PODIE20885-715610.1154/1.295788323, 251254.

J. C. Schuster , L. Perring , K. W. Richter , H. Ipser , Y. Grin , and F. Weitzer (2001) “The binary system Re–Al,” J. Alloys Compd.JALCEU0925-838810.1016/S0925-8388(00)01485-7320, 224227.

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