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The structure and properties of some Rh_(0.92-x)B_xSi_(0.08) metallic glasses

Williams, Arthur and Mehra, Madhav and Johnson, William L. (1982) The structure and properties of some Rh_(0.92-x)B_xSi_(0.08) metallic glasses. Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics, 12 (9). pp. 1861-1868. ISSN 0305-4608. doi:10.1088/0305-4608/12/9/008.

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Rhodium-based metallic glasses have been produced with over 40 at.% metalloids (Si and B). X-ray diffraction studies are presented here on Rh0.92-xBxSi0.08 metallic glasses, with x=0.22, 0.27 and 0.32, as well as mechanical, electrical and thermal analysis data. The structural studies suggest that this system undergoes a considerable change in short-range order with increasing boron concentration.

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Additional Information:Copyright © 1982 Institute of Physics. Received 19 January 1982, in final form 5 March 1982. Print publication: Issue 9 (September 1982) The authors would like to dedicate this paper to Professor Pol Duwez on the occasion of his seventy-fourth birthday. The continued presence, advice and good-natured encouragement of Professor Duwez has been a constant inspiration to us all. The authors would also like to thank Mr Robert Schulz for assistance with the resistivity measurements and Angela Bressan for typing the manuscript. This work was supported by the Department of Energy under Project Agreement No DE-AT03-8 1 ER 10870 and Contract No DE-AM03-76SF00767.
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