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On the effect of impurities in metallic glass formation
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FIG. 1.

Microstructure of annealed metallic glass. (a) Bright-field TEM micrograph showing a heterogeneous dendrite crystal in an amorphous matrix and (b) high-resolution transmission electron microscope (HRTEM) image taken from the marked frame in (a) showing a dendritic branch embedding into a amorphous matrix. The inset shows zoom-in HRTEM image from the marked region in (b).

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FIG. 2.

Atom probe tomograph of the as-prepared metallic glass, showing homogeneous distribution of all elements.

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FIG. 3.

Atom probe tomograph taken from a dendrite region of the partially crystallized metallic glass. (a) 3D atom maps of all the elements detected in the annealed alloy and (b) concentration profiles of the annealed metallic glass.

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FIG. 4.

Impurity element distributions in the vicinity of an interface between a primary crystal and the remaining amorphous phase. (a) Boron; (b) carbon; and (c) silicon. The contrast of the matrix shows the concentration difference of Pd in crystalline and amorphous phases.


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Scitation: On the effect of impurities in metallic glass formation