Structure and mechanical properties of internally hydrided Mg-IIIa transition metal alloys
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The alloys, respectively, have been internally hydrided and have precipitated hydrides of the IIIa transition metals as small flake-like particles in the matrix and at grain boundaries, as well as twin boundaries.
The dispersed hydride particles do not necessarily contribute to further hardening of the alloys at room temperature and up to near 673 K.
However, the dispersed particles are very stable and seem to improve mechanical properties of the alloys above 673 K.
Presumed relationships of crystallographic coincidence between the matrix and hydrides have been obtained.
KeywordsPolymer Microstructure Mechanical Property Magnesium Diffraction Pattern
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