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Electrical properties of Bi2−xSbxTe3 materials obtained by ultrarapid quenching
Abstract Bismuth and antimony telluride alloys were prepared using the ultrarapid quenching process route. The electrical properties of these materials were then characterized by measuring theExpand
Microstructural study of Bi2Te3 material obtained by ultrarapid quenching process route
Abstract Bismuth telluride material was fabricated using ultrarapid quenching process route, which is unusual to get polycrystalline materials for thermoelectric applications. The microstructuralExpand
Formation of the metastable zinc phase as a result of rapid solidification from melt and its annealing
The metastable zinc phase having a hexagonal lattice with the parameters a = 2.62 Å and c = 5.46 Å has been revealed by X-ray analysis in foils of zinc and its alloys prepared by rapid solidificationExpand
Structure and properties of rapidly solidified Sn-Zn foils
We have studied the phase composition, chemical homogeneity, surface morphology, aging behavior, thermal stability, and grain structure of rapidly solidified Sn-Zn foils. The surface of the foils isExpand
Structure and properties of rapidly solidified foils of alloys of Sn-Zn-Bi system
Studies of microstructure, grain structure, texture, and microhardness of triple alloys of the Sn-Zn-Bi system obtained at different cooling rates are performed. It is established that a higherExpand
Structure and properties of ultrafast-quenched Sn-Bi foils
The effect of bismuth on the microstructure of ultrafast-quenched foils of Sn-Bi alloys has been investigated. Bismuth phase precipitation is observed in alloys containing more than 2 at % Bi. WithExpand
Effect of Melt Cooling Rate on Microstructure of Sn - Bi and Sn - Pb Eutectic Alloys
The results of microstructure investigation of eutectic alloys Sn Bi and Sn Pb, obtained at cooling rates of the melt 10-2 K/s, 1 K/s and 105 K/s are represented. Various cooling rates are achievedExpand
Structure, microhardness, and stability of rapidly solidified In-Sb foils
We report the structure, microhardness, and stability of rapidly solidified In-Sb foils. The foils have a (101) texture and contain fine InSb particles. Annealing reduces their texture and leads toExpand
Structure and properties of rapidly solidified Sn-58 wt % Bi foils
We have studied the microstructure and microhardness of rapidly solidified foils of the Sn-58 wt % Bi alloy. Precipitates of tin- and bismuth-based solid solutions have been shown to be evenlyExpand