|Title||Characterization of second-phase plates in a Gd5Ge3 intermetallic compound|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Authors||Cao, Q, Chumbley, LS|
|Type of Article||Article|
|Keywords||alloys, behavior, energy dispersive spectrometer, gd-5(sixge1-x)(4), gd5si2ge2, identification, Microstructure, phase-diagram, Rare-earth intermetallics, scanning electron microscopy, silicon, system, temperature, transition, Transmission electron microscopy|
s co-exist is truly unique. However, understanding exactly the kinetic and thermodynamic conditions that lead to their unique relationship is hampered by the high formation temperatures at which the observed reaction occurs.
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