Iron—Nitrogen Fe—N

  • Ortrud Kubaschewski von Goldbeck

Abstract

The iron-nitrogen diagram exhibits some uncommon features. For the iron-carbon system, as is well known, one usually presents two diagrams: a stable one for the equilibrium of Fe solid solution with graphite and a metastable one for its equilibrium with cementite (Fe3C). Iron and nitrogen form three metastable compounds which because of kinetic checks often occur at moderately elevated temperatures: Fe8N, Fe4N and Fe2N.

Keywords

Graphite Ferrite Austenite IAEA Eisen 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ortrud Kubaschewski von Goldbeck
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  1. 1.Metallurgie der Kernbrennstoffe und Theoretische HüttenkundeRWTH AachenAachenFederal Republic of Germany

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