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Study of the Phase Equilibria in the System Tantalum—Vanadium—Carbon in the Range 0–33 at.% C

  • L. A. Tret’yachenko
  • S. A. Komarova
  • V. N. Eremenko
Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS)

Abstract

The phase equilibria in the system Ta-V-C have been investigated at 1600°C in the range from 0 to 33 at.%C, and a projection of the solidus surface in this range has been constructed. It was found that in the region investigated the ternary system Ta-V-C is characterized by the existence of equilibrium between the carbide solid solutions (Ta,V)2C1−x and the metallic phase based on the Ta-V solid solutions. The carbide phase is richer in tantalum than the metallic phase coexisting with it. The change in the lattice parameters in the continuous series of solid solutions (Ta,V)2C1−x has been determined.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. A. Tret’yachenko
  • S. A. Komarova
  • V. N. Eremenko

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