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Investigations of quaternary interdiffusion in a constituent system of high entropy alloys
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Interdiffusion was investigated at 1000°C in a quaternary Fe-Ni-Co-Cr system, which is an essential constituent of many high-entropy alloys. The relative values of main and cross interdiffusion coefficients determined from concentrations and interdiffusion fluxes developed in a single diffusion couple indicate that significant diffusional interactions exist in this system. Thermodynamic interactions between the binary constituents were analyzed based on the activity coefficient relations and it is shown that the observed diffusional interactions of a component with others are consistent with relative thermodynamic interactions between them.
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