Atomic volumes and magnetic properties of melt-quenched (Zr, Hf)10(Fe, Co, Ni)90 type metastable alloys

I. Bakonyi, É Kisdi-Koszó, Z. Altounian

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Density measurements were performed on melt-quenched (Zr, Hf)10(Fe, Co, Ni)90 type metastable alloys and were compared to previously reported data. For the amorphous Zr-Fe and Zr-Co alloys, a sufficient amount of data allowed us to establish a linear composition dependence of the average atomic volume with a common atomic volume of Zr for both Fe and Co. This Zr atomic volume was 21.50 Å3 atom-1 in contrast to the corresponding value (23.50 Å3 atom-1) deduced previously for Zr-rich compositions of Zr-(Fe, Co, Ni) glasses. For the Zr-Fe metallic glasses, some conclusions could be drawn concerning the observed unusual magnetic behaviour of these alloys on the basis of a comparison of the average atomic volume of Fe in the amorphous state to the critical Fe atomic volume separating the two magnetic states of face-centered cubic Fe.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)641-645
Number of pages5
JournalMaterials Science and Engineering A
Volume226-228
Publication statusPublished - Jun 15 1997

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Keywords

  • Atomic volume
  • Density
  • Early-late transition metal glasses
  • Magnetic properties of amorphous ZrFe

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Atomic volumes and magnetic properties of melt-quenched (Zr, Hf)10(Fe, Co, Ni)90 type metastable alloys. / Bakonyi, I.; Kisdi-Koszó, É; Altounian, Z.

In: Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol. 226-228, 15.06.1997, p. 641-645.

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