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binary alloy

[′bīn·ə·rē ′a‚lȯi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy composed of two principal metallic components.
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This study is one of our series experimental studies on the correlation between viscosity and liquid structure in binary alloys. The viscosities of [Cu.sub.100-x][Sn.sub.x] (x = 10,20, 30,40, at.%) melts were investigated by an oscillating viscometer.
Massalski, Binary Alloy Phase Diagrams, ASM International, New York, NY, USA, 1990.
In each proximal metaphysis, two identically shaped implants were inserted (3.5 x 8 mm, 1.5 mm polished neck, internal connection, Essential cone, Klockner), with one of them manufactured using TAV and the other using a Ti13Zr binary alloy with 105 GPa Youngs modulus (within the range of the results obtained using the previous ultrasonic mechanical characterisation test for Ti-15Zr), resulting in a total sample of 48 implants (24 TAV and 24 Ti-13Zr implants).
In Section 2, we present spinodal decomposition of a binary alloy, which is the original application of the CH equation.
This can be explained as follows: since the as-deposited Ti-rich Ni-Ti binary alloy films are amorphous, the heat-treatment is necessary for crystallization.
Desk handbook; phase diagrams for binary alloys, 2d ed.
The authors contracted with an independent laboratory to conduct an exhaustive test comparison between SAC 305 and Cobalt995 (a cobalt enhanced binary alloy consisting of Sn99.5Cu0.5Co).
First, a binary alloy is much easier than a tertiary alloy to keep in spec.
Each wire is of a different composition within the copper-gold binary alloy system.
Qin, "In vitro and in vivo studies on a Mg-Sr binary alloy system developed as a new kind of biodegradable metal," Acta Biomaterialia, vol.
However, few efforts have been focused on the thermal stability and melting behavior of the 1D binary alloy nanomaterial with different component.