Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences: Physics

, 75:1205

Investigating the structure of electrolytically deposited alloys of the CoP-CoNiP system under thermal action

Authors

    • Far Eastern State University
  • O. V. Voitenko
    • Far Eastern State University
  • A. P. Glukhov
    • Far Eastern State University
  • A. V. Kirillov
    • Far Eastern State University
  • E. V. Pustovalov
    • Far Eastern State University
  • V. S. Plotnikov
    • Far Eastern State University
  • B. N. Grudin
    • Far Eastern State University
  • S. S. Grabchikov
    • Joint Institute of Solid State Physics and SemiconductorsNational Academy of Sciences of Belarus
  • L. B. Sosnovskaya
    • Joint Institute of Solid State Physics and SemiconductorsNational Academy of Sciences of Belarus
Proceedings of the XXIII Russian Conference on Electron Microscopy

DOI: 10.3103/S1062873811090188

Cite this article as:
Modin, E.B., Voitenko, O.V., Glukhov, A.P. et al. Bull. Russ. Acad. Sci. Phys. (2011) 75: 1205. doi:10.3103/S1062873811090188

Abstract

The problems of structural relaxation and crystallization of electrolytically deposited amorphous metal alloys of the CoP-CoNiP system are investigated. The onset of the structural relaxation and crystallization is found to occur through the nucleation of nanocrystalline particles of an unrecognized CoxNiyP1−xy phase. An increase in the concentration of Ni is shown to yield a substantial thickening of the amorphous structure and to increase the temperature of the onset of structural relaxation and crystallization by 50–70°C.

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