Preparation of copper–molybdenum nanocrystalline pseudoalloys using a combination of mechanical activation and spark plasma sintering techniques

@article{Shkodich2017PreparationOC,
  title={Preparation of copper–molybdenum nanocrystalline pseudoalloys using a combination of mechanical activation and spark plasma sintering techniques},
  author={Natalia Shkodich and Alexander S. Rogachev and Alexander S Mukasyan and D. O. Moskovskikh and K. V. Kuskov and A. S. Schukin and Natalia Khomenko},
  journal={Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry B},
  year={2017},
  volume={11},
  pages={173-179}
}
Nanostructured powders of pseudoalloys of immiscible Cu and Mo metals are prepared by highenergy ball milling (HEBM). Mechanical alloying in an Activator-2S planetary ball mill for 60 min provides a uniform distribution of refractory Mo particles in a moldable Cu matrix on submicron and nanoscopic levels. Nanostructured Cu–Mo powders are consolidated by spark plasma sintering (SPS) in a temperature range of 700–950°C at a pressure of 50 MPa for 10 min. The effect of preparation conditions on… CONTINUE READING

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