By F. E. Fujita (auth.), Professor Francisco Eiichi Fujita (eds.)
Physics of recent Materials After the discoveries and purposes of superconductors, new ceramics, amorphous and nano-materials, form reminiscence and different clever fabrics, physics grew to become an increasing number of very important, similar with chemistry, within the study and improvement of complex fabrics. during this publication, a number of very important fields of physics-oriented new-materials examine and actual technique of analyses are chosen and their primary rules and techniques are defined in an easy and comprehensible means. it's appropriate as a textbook for collage fabrics technology courses.
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In order to produce a sufficient distortion of the local density states we need a certain amount of Pd concentration, while the larger the Pd concentration is, the larger their stabilizing contribution. Thus the transition to the tetragonality will occur ina narrow range of the Pd concentration if any. Otherwise, we shall observe a lowering ofC ll -C 12 there. Akai assumes that the sign of cia - 1 is determined by the higher order terms of the lattice strain which is not effective at the assumed lattice distortion in the calculation of the axial pressure.
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The overall behaviors of S(Q) are almost similar over the wide range of alloy composition from 45 to 75 at % V. 7 shows the neutron total radial distribution functions 4pr2 pg(r) for MA Ni-V amorphous alloys, which are derived as the Fourier transform of S(Q) truncated at Qmax = 23 A-i. The 4nr2pg(r) in Fig. 7 are also very similar to each other. This behaviour suggests that the Ni-Ni correlation is rigidly preserved in a whole range of the chemical composition of MA Ni-V amorphous alloys. In order to evaluate the chemical short-range order persisting in MA Ni- V amorphous alloys, we obtain the coordination numbers of Ni atoms around a Ni atom by calculating the area under the first peak of 4pr2pg(r) as shown in Fig.