Journal of Phase Equilibria

, Volume 14, Issue 5, pp 623–624 | Cite as

Co-Fe-N (cobalt-iron-nitrogen)

  • V. Raghavan
Section II: Phase Diagram Evaluations


[87Rag] revewed the limited experimental Co-Fe-N data. The reviewed results were presented in the form of ala + Fe and a/ct + Fe phase boundaries for Fe-rich alloys and the solubility of nitrogen in Fe-Co alloys at 1600°C and 1 atm N pressure.


Isothermal Section Phase Diagram Evaluation Liquidus Projection FesN Continuous Solid Solution 
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    A.F. Guillemet, “Critical Evaluation of the Thermodynamic Properties of the Fe-Co System,”High Temp.—High Press, 19 477- 499 (1987). (Review;#)Google Scholar
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