Metallic Glasses: Investigation of Electronic Structure and its Relationship to Physical Properties.
Final scientific rept. 1 Oct 83-30 Sep 84,
CONNECTICUT UNIV STORRS INST OF MATERIALS SCIENCE
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This report summarizes the work which was completed during the first four years of the research program October 1, 1979 to September 30, 1983. Included are 1 a NMR and magnetic susceptibility study of several rapidly quenched Ni-Pd-P, Ni-Pt-P and Ni-P metallic glasses. 2 a magnetization study of the RE100-xAlx amorphous alloys where RE is a rare earth element, 3 a NMR, magnetization and x-ray diffraction study of crystalline Fe3-xNixSi and Metglas 2605 CO Fe67Co18B14Si1, 4 a NMR and magnetic susceptibility study of the Ca100-xAlx metallic glass system, 5 a magnetization study of some Co-Nb-B and Fe-Nb-B metallic glasses, 6 an EXAFS study of Metaglas 2605 CO and 7 a XANES study of the Ni0.50Pt0.5075P25 metallic glass system. In addition, this report described in complete detail the progress during the past year October 1, 1983 to September 30, 1984 which includes 1 a spin-echo NMR study of the atomic environment in the Fe100-xBx metallic glass system and 2 a low field magnetization study of the magnetic anisotropy in Metglas 2605 CO ribbons. Finally, this report describes the status of experiments currently in progress which includes 1 optical properties of the Ni100-xPx metallic glasses and 2 Mossbauer study of the Metglas 2605 CO system. Originator supplied keywords include Electronic structure, Density of states, Atomic structure Specific heat.
- Metallurgy and Metallography
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics