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Statistical thermodynamics of order-disorder in interstitial alloys.
High Temp Mater Processes 1989 Jan; 8(2):95-105
A recent theory of order-disorder in alloys is modified for application to interstitial solutions of metalloids in metals. The results show that a single exchange energy is sufficient for the interpretation of experimental results for each system. The existing experimental data are presented and discussed. New areas of research are emphasized. This research is a part of the U.S. Bureau of Mines effort for advancement of mineral technology.
Minerals; Mineral-processing; Metal-compounds; Metals; Metallurgy; Metallurgical-processes
N.A. Gokcen, U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines 1450 Queen Avenue SW, Albany, Oregon 97321-2198, U.S.A.
OP; Journal Article
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High Temperature Materials and Processes
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