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Rh Rhodium pp 45-52 | Cite as

Alloys with Bismuth

  • G. R. Watts
Part of the Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry - 8th edition book series (GMELIN, volume R-h / R-h / A / 1)

Abstract

The original diagram determined for this system showed the existence of the compounds RhBi4, RhBi2 and RhBi with suggestions from the thermal analysis results that there might be polymorphic changes in RhBi4 and RhBi2 [1]. The discovery that RhBi4 and RhBi2 were superconducting with critical temperatures of 2.75 and 2.2 K, respectively, stimulated interest in the system [2]. Further investigations particularly on Bi4Rh showed the value of Tc to be variable and sometimes non-superconducting, resulting in the suggestion that Bi4Rh existed in three modifications α, β and γ [3]. A following paper proposed that the β form was actually Bi3Rh with an NiBi3-type structure [4]. Determinations using an accurate high-temperature X-ray camera showed that Bi4Rh was stable up to the melting point [5]. A paper covering the whole system followed [6]. This work was largely confirmed in a later paper by [7].

Keywords

Decimal Place Straight Line Parallel Polymorphic Change Original Diagram Faraday Method 
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  • G. R. Watts
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  1. 1.Bishop Stortford HertsUK

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