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The effect of composition on pressure-induced devitrification in metallic glasses
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10.1063/1.4803539
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The phase diagram for the Ce-based Ce-Al system at ambient pressure. The red arrows indicate the compositions we investigated using in situ high pressure XRD measurements in this study or previously (see Ref. 4 ). Purple region A (the overlap of the regions of ambient pressure glass formation region (region 1) and high pressure solid solution formation (region 2)) is the compositional range predicted to have possible PID.

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In situ high pressure XRD patterns for, (a) Ce65Al35, (b) Ce70Al30, and (c) Ce80Al20 MGs. Ce65Al35 and Ce80Al20 MGs were loaded in the same DAC.

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The critical solute (Al) concentration CAl* in Ce-based Ce-Al MG required for devitrification under high pressure.

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Scitation: The effect of composition on pressure-induced devitrification in metallic glasses
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