X-ray-electron and electron diffraction study of ordering alloys of the Ni – Mo system
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Ni4Mo and Ni3Mo alloys subjected to different modes of heat treatment are studied by the methods of electron diffraction and x-ray electron spectroscopy. The temperature ranges of the occurrence of the processes of layering and ordering are determined. The structural states of the alloys undergoing ordering and layering are deciphered.
Key wordsalloys of the Ni – Mo system transmission electron microscopy x-ray electron spectroscopy ordering layering
The work has been performed with financial support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (Grant 08-03-00344).
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