Tenhover, M. (1980) Chemical ordering in Y66(FexMn1-x)34 metallic glasses. Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics, 10 (11). L293-L298. ISSN 0305-4608 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:TENjpf80
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The compositional dependence of the 57Fe Mossbauer effect spectra for the metallic glasses Y66(FexMn1-x)34 has been studied. For high concentrations of Fe the spectra consist of two symmetric peaks with the spectra becoming progressively more complex as the Fe content decreases. The smooth variation of the parameters derived from the spectra indicates that Fe and Mn perform the same functions in the glass. The author finds evidence for chemical ordering in these glasses and demonstrates the existence of two distinct atomic sites for Fe. Site 1 is attributed to Fe atoms having predominantly Y near neighbours and site 2 is identified as Fe atoms having a larger number of Fe (Mn) near neighbours.
|Additional Information:||Copyright © Institute of Physics and IOP Publishing Limited 1980. Received 15 July 1980. Print publication: Issue 11 (November 1980). I am pleased to acknowledge many valuable discussions with Professor W L Johnson and A Williams. I also wish to thank S Kotake and C Geremia for their help with the experiments and A Bressan for typing the manuscript. This work was supported by the Department of Energy Contract No DE-AC03-76ER00822.|
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