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Isothermal sections of phase-equilibrium diagrams for the systems {terbium, dysprosium}-tungsten-boron at 1270 K

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Interaction of components of the systems {Tb, Dy}-W-B have been studied by means of x-ray analysis. Isothermal sections of phase-equilibrium diagrams of the systems at 1270°C have been constructed. The existence of ternary borides with structures of the types YCrB4 and Er3CrB7 has been confirmed. Solid solutions based on binary compounds and other components are not found.

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L'vov University. Translated from Poroshkovaya Metallurgiya, No. 11/12(370), pp. 78–79, November–December, 1993.

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Chaban, N.F., Bilonizhko, N.S. Isothermal sections of phase-equilibrium diagrams for the systems {terbium, dysprosium}-tungsten-boron at 1270 K. Powder Metall Met Ceram 32, 928–929 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00559652

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Keywords

  • Solid Solution
  • Boride
  • Isothermal Section
  • Terbium
  • Dysprosium