Changes in the crystal structure of the titanium alloy, containing 6.7 at% Mo, 3 at% Zr, and 1.8 at% Sn, during thermal decomposition are followed by means of X‐ray and electron diffraction methods. Parallel to these tests the alteration in the electron structure and chemical bonds of the alloy are investigated with the help of the soft‐X‐ray emission (SXES) method. Attention is focussed on the at room temperature not equilibrated b.c.c. β‐solid solution, on the metastable transition phase ω, and on the equilibrium phase α.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Electronic, Optical and Magnetic Materials
- Condensed Matter Physics