The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH4+xTiCl3 milling process

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The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH4+xTiCl3 milling process. / Pitt, M.P.; Vullum, P.E.; Sørby, M.H.; Blanchard, D.; Sulic, M.P.; Emerich, H.; Paskevicius, M.; Buckley, C.E.; Walmsley, J.; Holmestad, R.; Hauback, B.C.

In: Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Vol. 513, 2012, p. 597-605.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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Pitt, MP, Vullum, PE, Sørby, MH, Blanchard, D, Sulic, MP, Emerich, H, Paskevicius, M, Buckley, CE, Walmsley, J, Holmestad, R & Hauback, BC 2012, 'The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH4+xTiCl3 milling process' Journal of Alloys and Compounds, vol 513, pp. 597-605., 10.1016/j.jallcom.2011.11.021

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Pitt, M. P., Vullum, P. E., Sørby, M. H., Blanchard, D., Sulic, M. P., Emerich, H., ... Hauback, B. C. (2012). The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH4+xTiCl3 milling process. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 513, 597-605. 10.1016/j.jallcom.2011.11.021

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Pitt MP, Vullum PE, Sørby MH, Blanchard D, Sulic MP, Emerich H, Paskevicius M, Buckley CE, Walmsley J, Holmestad R, Hauback BC. 2012. The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH4+xTiCl3 milling process. Journal of Alloys and Compounds. 513:597-605. Available from: 10.1016/j.jallcom.2011.11.021

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Pitt, M.P.; Vullum, P.E.; Sørby, M.H.; Blanchard, D.; Sulic, M.P.; Emerich, H.; Paskevicius, M.; Buckley, C.E.; Walmsley, J.; Holmestad, R.; Hauback, B.C. / The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH4+xTiCl3 milling process.

In: Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Vol. 513, 2012, p. 597-605.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewJournal article – Annual report year: 2012

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title = "The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH4+xTiCl3 milling process",
publisher = "Elsevier BV",
author = "M.P. Pitt and P.E. Vullum and M.H. Sørby and D. Blanchard and M.P. Sulic and H. Emerich and M. Paskevicius and C.E. Buckley and J. Walmsley and R. Holmestad and B.C. Hauback",
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T1 - The location of Ti containing phases after the completion of the NaAlH<sub>4</sub>+xTiCl<sub>3</sub> milling process

A1 - Pitt,M.P.

A1 - Vullum,P.E.

A1 - Sørby,M.H.

A1 - Blanchard,D.

A1 - Sulic,M.P.

A1 - Emerich,H.

A1 - Paskevicius,M.

A1 - Buckley,C.E.

A1 - Walmsley,J.

A1 - Holmestad,R.

A1 - Hauback,B.C.

AU - Pitt,M.P.

AU - Vullum,P.E.

AU - Sørby,M.H.

AU - Blanchard,D.

AU - Sulic,M.P.

AU - Emerich,H.

AU - Paskevicius,M.

AU - Buckley,C.E.

AU - Walmsley,J.

AU - Holmestad,R.

AU - Hauback,B.C.

PB - Elsevier BV

PY - 2012

Y1 - 2012

N2 - <p>The NaAlH4 + xTiCl3 (x &lt; 0.1) system has been studied by X-ray synchrotron diffraction and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) after the completion of the milling process, for both planetary (PM) and cryo milled (CM) samples. Comparison of the NaAlH4 mosaic size (coherence length) determined from the X-ray synchrotron diffraction lineshape, and measurement of the external powder grain dimensions of ca. 250–300 particles by TEM, reveals that after the completion of the milling process, ‹110› {111} edge dislocated 2–20 nm Al crystallites are dispersed in a Ti rich amorphous (a-)Al<sub>1−x</sub>Ti<sub>x</sub> (0.3 &lt; <em>x</em> &lt; 0.5) matrix. This nano Al/Al<sub>50</sub>Ti<sub>50</sub> composite is embedded on the surface of single crystalline NaAlH<sub>4</sub> powder grains. <br/> The NaAlH<sub>4</sub> single crystal powder grains are moderately defected with uncorrelated defects, induced from the milling process. <br/> © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.</p>

AB - <p>The NaAlH4 + xTiCl3 (x &lt; 0.1) system has been studied by X-ray synchrotron diffraction and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) after the completion of the milling process, for both planetary (PM) and cryo milled (CM) samples. Comparison of the NaAlH4 mosaic size (coherence length) determined from the X-ray synchrotron diffraction lineshape, and measurement of the external powder grain dimensions of ca. 250–300 particles by TEM, reveals that after the completion of the milling process, ‹110› {111} edge dislocated 2–20 nm Al crystallites are dispersed in a Ti rich amorphous (a-)Al<sub>1−x</sub>Ti<sub>x</sub> (0.3 &lt; <em>x</em> &lt; 0.5) matrix. This nano Al/Al<sub>50</sub>Ti<sub>50</sub> composite is embedded on the surface of single crystalline NaAlH<sub>4</sub> powder grains. <br/> The NaAlH<sub>4</sub> single crystal powder grains are moderately defected with uncorrelated defects, induced from the milling process. <br/> © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.</p>

U2 - 10.1016/j.jallcom.2011.11.021

DO - 10.1016/j.jallcom.2011.11.021

JO - Journal of Alloys and Compounds

JF - Journal of Alloys and Compounds

SN - 0925-8388

VL - 513

SP - 597

EP - 605

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