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Comment on 'A new nanoscale metastable iron phase in carbon steels'

@article{Cayron2015CommentO,
  title={Comment on 'A new nanoscale metastable iron phase in carbon steels'},
  author={Cyril Cayron},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2015}
}
  • C. Cayron
  • Published 2 November 2015
  • Materials Science, Physics
  • arXiv: Materials Science
We show that the selected area diffraction patterns presented in a recent paper (T. Liu et al. Sci. Rep. 2015 5, 15331) do not prove the existence of a new hexagonal phase in martensitic steels. They can be actually simulated by twin effects. 
A new nanoscale metastable iron phase in carbon steels
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An intensive TEM investigation revealed that extra diffraction spots observed by transmission electron microscopy are in fact attributed to the metastable ω phase in particle-like morphology with an overall size of several or dozens of nanometres.
Angular distortive matrices of phase transitions in the fcc–bcc–hcp system

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An intensive TEM investigation revealed that extra diffraction spots observed by transmission electron microscopy are in fact attributed to the metastable ω phase in particle-like morphology with an overall size of several or dozens of nanometres.
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GenOVa: a computer program to generate orientational variants
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  • Chemistry, Medicine
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This computer program calculates the orientational variants, the operators and the composition table of a groupoid.