The Gd-Rh (gadolinium-rhodium) system

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This work was supported by ASM International. Literature searched through 1991. Part of the bibliographic search was provided by ASM International. Professor Palenzona is the Alloy Phase Diagram Program Category Editor for binary rare earth alloys.

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Palenzona, A., Cirafici, S. The Gd-Rh (gadolinium-rhodium) system. JPE 19, 166–169 (1998). https://doi.org/10.1361/105497198770342634

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Keywords

  • Rhodium
  • Equi Diagram
  • Crys Structure
  • Phase Diagram Evaluation
  • CaCu