Soviet Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 17, Issue 10, pp 772–776 | Cite as

An X-ray diffraction investigation of the reaction between molybdenum powder and manganese additions during sintering

  • A. M. Bogomolov
  • Yu. S. Kim
Theory and Technology of Sintering, Thermal, and Chemicothermal Treatment


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    Diffractograms characterizing the low-temperature sintering stage exhibit a marked distortion of the Kα doublet of molybdenum, which is indicative of appreciable reaction between the manganese and the molybdenum.

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    After solid-phase sintering the Mo-Mn system is characterized by marked concentration heterogeneities. Increasing the duration of the sintering does not lead to full homogeneity in the system.

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    The Mo-Mn system is more homogeneous after liquid-phase (1300°C) than after solidphase (1200°C) sintering.



Manganese Molybdenum Marked Concentration Sinter Stage Molybdenum Powder 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. M. Bogomolov
    • 1
  • Yu. S. Kim
    • 1
  1. 1.Chirchik BranchAll-Union Scientific-Research Institute of Refractory Metals and Hard AlloysUSSR

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