The 327 papers in this two-volume set cover a wide range of topics concerning the production, processing and properties of rapidly quenched melts. Various techniques for the production of non-equilibrium materials are also discussed, including solid state amorphization by rapid interdiffusion and thermobaric quenching.Metastable phase formation in thin film reactions K. N. Tu IBM Research Division, Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown ... phenomenon of metastable phase formation during a constant temperature and constant pressure thin film reaction is explained by- a ... It is assumed that the reaction obeys a maximum time-dependent rather than time-independent negative free energy change. ... 1( b), where an isotherm in the pressureavolume phase diagram is shown by the solid line.
|Title||:||Rapidly Quenched Materials|
|Author||:||H. Fredriksson, S. Savage, M. Nygren|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2012-12-02|