Phase Equilibria of the Ce-Mg-Zn Ternary System at 300 °C
AbstractThe isothermal section of the Ce-Mg-Zn system at 300 °C was experimentally established in the full composition range via diffusion multiple/couples and key alloys. Annealed key alloys were used to confirm the phase equilibria obtained by diffusion multiple/couples and to determine the solid solubility ranges. Spot analysis was carried out, using wavelength dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (WDS), to identify the composition of the observed phases. The composition profiles were obtained using WDS line-scans across the diffusion zones. X-ray diffraction (XRD) was performed to identify the phases in the annealed alloys and to confirm the WDS results. Eight ternary compounds, in the Ce-Mg-Zn isothermal section at 300 °C, were observed from 45–80 at.% Zn. These are: τ1 (Ce6Mg3Zn19), τ2 (CeMg29Zn25), τ3 (Ce2Mg3Zn3), τ4 (CeMg3Zn5), τ5 (CeMg7Zn12), τ6 (CeMg2.3−xZn12.8+x; 0 ≤ x ≤ 1.1), τ7 (CeMgZn4) and τ8 (Ce(Mg1−yZny)11; 0.096 ≤ y ≤ 0.43). The ternary solubility of Zn in the Ce-Mg compounds was found to increase with a decrease in Mg concentration. Accordingly, the ternary solid solubility of Zn in CeMg12 and CeMg3 was measured as 5.6 and 28.4 at.% Zn, respectively. Furthermore, the CeMg and CeZn showed a complete solid solubility. The complete solubility was confirmed by a diffusion couple made from alloys containing CeMg and CeZn compounds. View Full-Text
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Mostafa, A.; Medraj, M. Phase Equilibria of the Ce-Mg-Zn Ternary System at 300 °C. Metals 2014, 4, 168-195.
Mostafa A, Medraj M. Phase Equilibria of the Ce-Mg-Zn Ternary System at 300 °C. Metals. 2014; 4(2):168-195.Chicago/Turabian Style
Mostafa, Ahmad; Medraj, Mamoun. 2014. "Phase Equilibria of the Ce-Mg-Zn Ternary System at 300 °C." Metals 4, no. 2: 168-195.