Phase Identification of Cu-In Alloys with 45 and 41.25 at.% In Compositions

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Phase Identification of Cu-In Alloys with 45 and 41.25 at.% In Compositions. / Baqué, Laura; Torrado, D.; Aurelio, G.; Lamas, D. G.; Arico, S. F.; Craievich, A. F.; Sommadossi, S.

In: Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion, Vol. 35, No. 1, 2014, p. 2-10.

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Baqué, L, Torrado, D, Aurelio, G, Lamas, DG, Arico, SF, Craievich, AF & Sommadossi, S 2014, 'Phase Identification of Cu-In Alloys with 45 and 41.25 at.% In Compositions' Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 2-10. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11669-013-0265-7

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Baqué, L., Torrado, D., Aurelio, G., Lamas, D. G., Arico, S. F., Craievich, A. F., & Sommadossi, S. (2014). Phase Identification of Cu-In Alloys with 45 and 41.25 at.% In Compositions. Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion, 35(1), 2-10. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11669-013-0265-7

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Baqué, Laura ; Torrado, D. ; Aurelio, G. ; Lamas, D. G. ; Arico, S. F. ; Craievich, A. F. ; Sommadossi, S. / Phase Identification of Cu-In Alloys with 45 and 41.25 at.% In Compositions. In: Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion. 2014 ; Vol. 35, No. 1. pp. 2-10.

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title = "Phase Identification of Cu-In Alloys with 45 and 41.25 at.{\%} In Compositions",
abstract = "In this work, the thermal stability of Cu-In alloys with 45.0 and 41.2 at.{\%} In nominal compositions was investigated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), scanning electron microscopy, wavelength dispersive spectroscopy, and in-situ synchrotron x-ray powder diffraction (S-PXRD) over a temperature range from 25 up to 400 A degrees C. The studied samples are mainly composed of a Cu11In9 phase together with minor amounts of the B phase (based on the NiAs-Ni2In type structure) and, in one of the samples, with a minor amount of pure In. No evidence of the Cu10In7 (41.2 at.{\%} In) phase was detected, not even in the sample with 41.2 at.{\%} In nominal overall composition. The combined use of the S-PXRD and DSC techniques allowed us to identify two phase transitions involving the Cu11In9 phase, one of them corresponding to the reaction at T = 290 A degrees C and the other to the peritectic reaction at T = 311 A degrees C.",
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author = "Laura Baqu{\'e} and D. Torrado and G. Aurelio and Lamas, {D. G.} and Arico, {S. F.} and Craievich, {A. F.} and S. Sommadossi",
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N2 - In this work, the thermal stability of Cu-In alloys with 45.0 and 41.2 at.% In nominal compositions was investigated by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), scanning electron microscopy, wavelength dispersive spectroscopy, and in-situ synchrotron x-ray powder diffraction (S-PXRD) over a temperature range from 25 up to 400 A degrees C. The studied samples are mainly composed of a Cu11In9 phase together with minor amounts of the B phase (based on the NiAs-Ni2In type structure) and, in one of the samples, with a minor amount of pure In. No evidence of the Cu10In7 (41.2 at.% In) phase was detected, not even in the sample with 41.2 at.% In nominal overall composition. The combined use of the S-PXRD and DSC techniques allowed us to identify two phase transitions involving the Cu11In9 phase, one of them corresponding to the reaction at T = 290 A degrees C and the other to the peritectic reaction at T = 311 A degrees C.

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