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Crystallization characteristics of Co‐Zr metallic glasses from Co5 2Zr4 8 to Co2 0Zr8 0
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9.This avoids the difficulties of measuring ribbon thickness by a micrometer which overestimates ρ. See, e.g., K. H. J. Buschow and N. M. Beekmans, Phys. Rev. B 19, 3843 (1979).
10.Buschow’s (Ref. 6) claim that ω‐Zr ( in his paper) transforms to orthorhombic appears to be the result of an unphysical fit to the data (which is not presented) since the quoted unit cell is too small to accommodate even one unit of In addition, in the second stage of crystallization ω‐Zr is still present. We noted a similar problem with this author’s analysis of Fe‐Zr.
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