Structural modifications resulting from changes in the sequence of stacking of close-packed layers are very common in A3B-type transition-metal alloys. In the present work, a one-dimensional model of stacking has been explored. We found that the stacking changes observed in these alloys can be interpreted in terms of interactions between a few adjacent layers.
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Pei, S., Massalski, T.B. Stacking Sequence Changes in A3B-Type Close-Packed Structures: a One-Dimensional Stacking Model. MRS Online Proceedings Library 133, 23 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-133-23