By H. Mehrer (auth.), H. Mehrer (eds.)
The curiosity in diffusion in solids is as outdated as actual metallurgy or fabrics technology. It stems from application-oriented in addition to from clinical purposes. First, a data of diffusion is easy to an realizing of many microstructural adjustments that ensue in reliable subject at increased temperatures. For tactics like part modifications, precipitation or dissolution of a moment section, recrystallization, oxidation, creep, annealing etc., stable country diffusion is prime and ubiquitous. the second one reason behind learning diffusion is to profit extra approximately how atoms movement in stable subject. Volume III/26 offers for the 1st time a complete choice of diffusion facts for good metals and alloys. The severe compilation of information has ended in tables and sequence of diagrams which exhibit in thirteen chapters information for the subsequent houses: Self- and impurity-diffusion in steel parts, self-diffusion in homogeneous binary alloys, chemical diffusion in binary and ternary alloys, diffusion in amorphous alloys, diffusion of interstitial overseas atoms like hydrogen, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen in steel components, mass and strain dependence of diffusion, diffusion alongside dislocations, grain and interphase boundary diffusion, and diffusion on surfaces.
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Mehrer, Stolica, Stolwijk 68P2 Ref. p. 2 Self-diffusion in alkaline earth metals DO Q 10V4m2s-’ kJmol-’ Temperature range K Method/Remarks 37 Fig. Ref. 8 42K. 2 42K. 05 . 3 E 280 ... 312 NMR: spin lattice relaxation times TI and T,; *‘Rb and *‘Rb signals in natural Rb; purity not specified; dispersion of 50 urn particles in oil; liquid Rb also studied, Li and Na also studied Cesium (Cs) No data available. Francium (Fr) No data available. 9%; mechanical sectioning and residual activity measurement .
Ref. 7 1701... 97%; only data for &Fe included in Fig. 1 1223... 3 mm); surface decreasemethod 24a 6612 284. 1 1444... 1634 y-Fe investigated: 5gFe, 55Fe; coarse grain polycrystals (2.. 98%; mechanical sectioning; data taken from Fig. 3 of [68H]; isotope effect also studied 24a 68H - 1168,1169 24a 68W2 - 1641 - 1683... 97%; mechanical sectioning; Do and Q values not given; mainly isotope effect in a-, y- and &Fe studied CL-,y- and &Fe investigated: 55Fe, 5gFe. coarse grain polycrystals (3. 9 Self-diffusion in cobalt group metals Ref.
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