Crystal morphology of ternary compound (Cr, Fe)5Si3 obtained by in situ chemical vapour deposition

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Abstract

Ternary compound crystals of (Cr, Fe)5Si3 were obtained on a quartz substrate by the in situ CVD process using in situ reaction of the stainless steel 410 powder, Si2Cl6 and hydrogen, and its crystal morphology was examined in some detail. Crystals with various interesting morphologies, such as spiral, conical, rose-like, seaweed-like, globefish-like, etc., were obtained. The most commonly observed growth habits of the crystals were spiral, conical and seaweed-like crystals.

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  • 01 January 1991

    The cover photograph caption of J. Mater. Sci. 26, 6 should have read: Crystal morphology of a ternary compound (Cr,Fe)5Si3 (see S. Motojima et al., page 1467.). and not:

    Microstructure of a Mg-Cu-Sn alloy (see paper by E. E. Vicente et al., page 1327.).

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Motojima, S., Itoh, C. & Iwanaga, H. Crystal morphology of ternary compound (Cr, Fe)5Si3 obtained by in situ chemical vapour deposition. J Mater Sci 26, 1467–1472 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00544654

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Keywords

  • Hydrogen
  • Polymer
  • Quartz
  • Stainless Steel
  • Chemical Vapour Deposition