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Beitrag zum Aufbau der Systeme Vanadin-Silizium und Niob-Silizium

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Kieffer, Richard
Benesovsky, Friedrich
Published in Zeitschrift für Metallkunde. 1956, vol. 47, p. 247-253
Abstract The phase diagrams of the V-Si and Nb-Si alloys were established by thermal anal., x-ray, and microscopic examn. Alloy specimens were prepd. by sintering under pressure, by converting cold-pressed powder mixts. into solids in an A atm., and by melting the metals in arc furnaces. A eutectic between Si and the compd. VSi2 occurs with 5 wt. % V at a temp. of 1385°. Pure tetragonal V5Si3 was assigned to the space group D2d11 with lattice consts. a = 9.410 and c = 4.747 kX units. The VSi2 and V3Si phases were confirmed. In the Nb-Si system, a eutectic occurs with 8 wt. % Nb which melts at 1405°. Only the compds. Nb5Si3 and NbSi2 were identified; the transition of β- into α-Nb5Si3 at approx. 2000° has led to previous reports of other compds. β-Ni5Si3 belongs to space group D2d11 with a = 9.998 and c = 5.067 kX units. A change in crystal habit accompanies the transformation into platelets of α-Ni5Sb3 which belongs to space group D4h18 with lattice consts. a = 6.557 and c = 11.860 kX units. The tetragonal compds. V5Si3, α-, and β-Nb5Si3 are converted into a ternary hexagonal phase by the addn. of only 0.1-0.2% C, which has a relatively extensive homogeneity range.
Keywords Crystal structure (of niobium and V silicides)
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KIEFFER, Richard, BENESOVSKY, Friedrich, SCHMID, Hans. Beitrag zum Aufbau der Systeme Vanadin-Silizium und Niob-Silizium. In: Zeitschrift für Metallkunde, 1956, vol. 47, p. 247-253. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:32921

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