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Phase formation of nanolaminated Mo2AuC and Mo2(Au1-xGax)2C by a substitutional reaction within Au-capped Mo2GaC and Mo2Ga2C thin films.
Results indicate a generalization of the Au substitution reaction for the A elements in MAX phases with a peculiar Ga in-plane ordering along the Au-Ga layers in Mo2(Au1-xGax)2C.
Magnetic properties and structural characterization of layered (Cr0.5Mn0.5)2AuC synthesized by thermally induced substitutional reaction in (Cr0.5Mn0.5)2GaC
The magnetic properties of the new phase (Cr0.5Mn0.5)2AuC are compared to the known MAX-phase (Cr0.5Mn0.5)2GaC, where the former was synthesized by thermally induced substitution reaction of Au for
Thermally induced substitutional reaction of Fe into Mo2GaC thin films
ABSTRACT The first Fe-based MAX phase is realized by solid-state substitution reaction of an Fe/Au/Mo2GaC thin-film diffusion couple, as determined by X-ray diffraction and scanning transmission
Formation of Ti2AuN from Au-Covered Ti2AlN Thin Films: A General Strategy to Thermally Induce Intercalation of Noble Metals into MAX Phases
Thermally induced intercalation of noble metals into non-van der Waals ceramic compounds presents a method to produce a new class of layered materials. We recently demonstrated an exchange reaction...
Growth and Phase Stability of Titanium Aluminum Nitride Deposited by High Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering
In this work, we investigate the relation between the diffusion behavior of Ti1-xAlxN at elevated temperatures and the microstructure. Thinfilm samples are synthesized by reactive co-sputtering wit
Synthesis and properties of CS x F y thin films deposited by reactive magnetron sputtering in an Ar/SF6 discharge.
Mechanical properties indicating superelasticity were obtained from the film with lowest F content, implying a fullerene-like structure in CS x F y compounds.