The character and kinetics of the formation of Fe2Al5 depend mainly on the structural condition of the iron and aluminum.
Preliminary deformation of iron reduces the incubation period and the activation energy of the formation of the intermetallic compound.
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Gordonnaya, A.A., Malevskii, Y.B. & Doroshenko, L.K. Effect of preliminary deformation on the interaction of iron with an aluminum coating. Met Sci Heat Treat 21, 841–844 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00708349
- Activation Energy
- Incubation Period
- Intermetallic Compound