Synthesis and properties of Fe-W powder
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This paper deals with the study of Fe-W powders, which were prepared by electrolyzing, and their stabilized properties. The synthesized Fe-W powders were studied using X-ray diffraction, thermal analysis, Mössbauer spectroscopy and thermomagnetic measurement. A poor hydrogen absorption occurred. After the heat treatment at 800°C, the amorphous and α-Fe(W) phases were decomposed into prevailing α-Fe with approx. 3 at.% W accompanied by the W(Fe), λ-Fe2W, and Fe2+ in oxide phases.
Key wordschemical synthesis amorphous materials X-ray diffraction Mössbauer effect hydrogen absorption
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