Investigation of contact interaction of metal melts and non metal materials by high temperature X-ray diffraction method

Tetiana Sydorenko ,  Oleksiy Durov ,  Miroslav V. Karpets ,  Vitaliy Krasovskyy 

Institute for Problems in Materias Science (IPMS), 3, Krzhizhanivsky Str., Kiev 03680, Ukraine

Abstract

The using of high temperature X-ray diffraction for in situ investigation of processes in liquid metal – solid non metal material systems. The mix of corresponding powders is used as experimental sample. The method was tested for alumina - Ag-Cu-Ti system. The formation of titanium monoxide was observed at high temperature, these results confirms the generally accepted theory. Barium titanate - Cu-Ti and calcium fluoride - Cu-Ti systems were also studied.

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Presentation: Poster at E-MRS Fall Meeting 2008, Symposium I, by Tetiana Sydorenko
See On-line Journal of E-MRS Fall Meeting 2008

Submitted: 2008-05-08 11:25
Revised:   2009-06-07 00:48
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