intermetallic compound


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intermetallic compound

[¦in·tər·me′tal·ik ′kam‚pau̇nd]
(metallurgy)
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In the intermetallic compounds of Mg and Al alloys, the ratio of atomic quantity can be expressed as the following equation:
Characterization of intermetallic compounds in dissimilar material resistance spot welded joint of high strength steel and aluminum alloy.
This finding may be related to the existence of the intermetallic compound (FexAly) which enhanced the joint efficiency by adding shear force resistance at the weld zone.
In the study, for the binary intermetallic compounds system, the RDF for atom [alpha] and atom [beta] is derived by
(21.) Mazurkiewicz, B, "The Electrochemical Behaviour of the [Al.sub.8][Mg.sub.5] Intermetallic Compound." Corros.
However, no information is available on the AE behavior during deformation of precipitates themselves that are often intermetallic compounds [6].
Alpha-2 titanium aluminide is an intermetallic compound having an ordered hexagonal (DO[sub.19]) crystal structure based on the stochiometric composition Ti[sub.3]A1.
The thickness of the interfacial intermetallic compound in all the solder joints increased slightly during the aging process.
Independently on the fact whether flux was applied or not, there was no intermetallic compound between Bi and Cu elements, and only a eutectic reaction occurred with expected weak interaction between solder and the Cu surface at the temperature of 270[degrees]C.
Cava's team describes one quaternary intermetallic compound - based on the elements yttrium, palladium, boron, and carbon - in which they achieved superconductivity at 23 kelvins.
Lai, "Deformation microstructure of [Ni.sub.3]Al intermetallic compound macroalloyed with Pd," Materials Letters, vol.