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Abstract

The phase diagram of the Nb—Sn system is presented. In the equilibrium state three intermetallic compounds are formed: Nb3Sn, Nb6Sn5, and NbSn2. The compound Nb6Sn5 is stable over a narrow temperature range (815 to 920°) and NbSn2 is stable from 860° to room temperature. It is suggested that phase separation takes place in the liquid state and that there is a monotectic equilibrium at 960°.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. N. Svechnikov
  • V. M. Pan
  • Yu. I. Beletskii

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