intermetallic compound


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intermetallic compound

[¦in·tər·me′tal·ik ′kam‚pau̇nd]
(metallurgy)
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3] intermetallic compound was the most probable at the temperature of 271[degrees]C.
Cava, describe several new families of intermetallic compounds, made from combinations of ordinary and rare earth metals, that achieve superconductivity at elevated temperatures.
The development of these new materials represents the product of successful collaboration between academia and industry on research into intermetallic compounds, which are hard but brittle, making them difficult to use as structural materials.
3] Film on TiAl Intermetallic Compound Against High Temperature Oxidation.
This suggestion is corroborated by the discovery of superconductivity at 8 K in the intermetallic compound [MgCNi.
Precipitation of intermetallic compound Mg2Si during the thermal treatment of 30 hours milled powders at 250-300 centigrade degrees verifies the formation of a supersaturated solid solution of Mg and Si in Al.
Common wisdom suggests that they are a form of stress-relief, compensating for the compressive stresses induced by electroplating, mechanical torqueing or bending, intermetallic compound growth or thermal expansion mismatches.
Predicted presence of intermetallic compound was proved by light and electron microscopy analysis.
Apparently, the Ca and Sb form an insoluble intermetallic compound that separates out.
The Cu-rich phase was also present in decreasing amounts with increasing Sb, but, with 5Sb, there was no Cu-rich phase, and a Cu3Sb intermetallic compound was present in the interface and as precipitates in the solder.