Electronic Effects Due to Micro-Inhomogeneities in Metastable Solid Solution Alloys.
BATTELLE COLUMBUS DIV OH
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Previously obtained data relating to the magnetic and calorimetric properties of the alloy Ti-Mo 10 at. was analyzed. It was found, on the basis of that work, that saturated metastable equilibrium omega-phase possessed electronic properties comparable to those of pure alpha-Ti. As a result the authors conclude that such omega-phase precipitates are not themselves inherently brittle, as had been initially expected. The results of magnetic and calorimetric studies of the systems Ti-Nb and Ti-V are presented. These data have not yet been subjected to detailed analysis. Finally preprints of papers bearing acknowledgements to OSR, which have been submitted for publication during the year, are attached.
- Properties of Metals and Alloys
- Solid State Physics