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|Title:||The difference between the crystallization processes induced by mechanical milling and annealing under normal and high pressure in amorphous Fe-N alloy|
|Citation:||Liu, L., Liu, S.-E., Guo, X.-Y., Zhao, X.-D., Yao, B., Su, W.-H. (2002-11-11). The difference between the crystallization processes induced by mechanical milling and annealing under normal and high pressure in amorphous Fe-N alloy. Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 14 (44 SPEC ISS.) : 11157-11160. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/14/44/444|
|Abstract:||An amorphous Fe-N alloy was prepared by ball milling a mixture of Fe and h-BN. Its crystallization processes induced by mechanical milling (MM) and annealing under normal and high pressure were studied. The crystallization product of the amorphous Fe-N alloy induced by MM and annealing at temperatures between 690 and 800 K under pressures of 3-4 GPa is ε-FexN, while the thermal crystallization product under normal pressure is γ′-Fe4N. The difference between the crystallization products produced by mechanical and thermal crystallization is attributed to the effects of local pressure and local temperature produced by ball collisions.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Physics Condensed Matter|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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