In alloys of the Al−Zn−Mg system (at Zn>Mg) a zone stage in the decomposition process of the solid solution can be clearly observed during artificial aging.
In alloys of the Al−Mg−Zn system having increased concentrations of the Mg, the zone stage actually occurs simultaneously with the phase formation process.
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Cherkasov, V.V., Kornelyuk, L.G., Pobezhimov, P.P. et al. Early stages in the aging of alloys in the Al−Mg and Al−Mg−Zn systems. Met Sci Heat Treat 34, 758–761 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00713419
- Solid Solution
- Formation Process
- Phase Formation
- Decomposition Process
- Artificial Aging