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Rh Rhodium pp 162-167 | Cite as

Alloys with Niobium

  • 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 constitutional diagram of this system is complex, there being nine intermediate phases; there is considerable solid solubility at both ends of the diagram, the maximum solubility of rhodium in niobium being 16.5 at% and that of niobium in rhodium 20.7 at%. The invariant reactions in the system are shown in the following table, and the complete phase diagram in Fig. 103 [1].

Keywords

Debye Temperature Complete Phase Diagram Rapidly Quench Metal Constitutional Diagram Generate Shear Stress 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. R. Watts
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  1. 1.Bishop Stortford HertsUK

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