The superconducting transformation temperature of Nb-Zr alloys is measured after cold working and vari­ous forms of heat treatment leading to changes in the phase composition of the alloys. The transformation temperature of the alloys changes after heat treatment; as in the case of single-phase alloys, it depends on the chemical composition of the phases precipitating.


Heat Treatment Solid Solution Phase Composition Holding Time Formation Temperature 
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