Structural and Phase Transfromations in Superlocalization Band in Ni3Ge Single Crystal
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The paper studies the high-temperature plastic deformation in Ni3Ge alloy single crystals localizing in a band a few tens of microns wide that reaches the shear strain of thousands of percent. The electron backscatter diffraction and synchrotron radiation techniques allow investigating the structure of the single crystal in the band of super-localized plastic deformation. It is shown that super-localization of plastic deformation occurs due to the formation of polycrystalline multi-level substructure in the initial single crystal. The grain size and grain misorientation bimodal distributions are determined in the polycrystalline substructure. Also, regions of amorphous state are observed in the super-localization band at high homologous temperature Т > 0.5Tm. A partial destruction of the far atomic order is detected.
KeywordsL12 structure intermetallic super-localization electron backscatter diffraction synchrotron radiation
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