PHASE EQUILIBRIA AND STRUCTURAL CHEMISTRY IN TERNARY SYSTEMS: TRANSITION METAL-BORON-NITROGEN.

I. Smid, P. Rogl

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Abstract

The phase equilibria in the ternary systems Fe-B-N, Co-B-N and Ni-B-N have been established from X-ray powder diffraction data and isothermal sections at 900 degree C and 1 atm Ar have been constructed. In all three systems the binary transition metal borides form two-phase equilibria with hexagonal boronnitride. The iron-boron binary system has been reinvestigated by means of X-ray powder, metallographic and melting point analysis. 'FeB//2' and 'Fe//3B' are not stable in thermodynamic equilibrium and 'FeB//1//9' rather represents a solid solution phase of iron in beta -rh boron than a binary compound. A complete constitutional T-X diagram is presented.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationInstitute of Physics Conference Series
Pages249-257
Number of pages9
Edition75
StatePublished - 1986

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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    Smid, I., & Rogl, P. (1986). PHASE EQUILIBRIA AND STRUCTURAL CHEMISTRY IN TERNARY SYSTEMS: TRANSITION METAL-BORON-NITROGEN. In Institute of Physics Conference Series (75 ed., pp. 249-257)