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A rectangular silicon substrate with 0.2 g of ball milled powder dispersed on top was added with the purpose of facilitating the collection of the annealed powders. in fact, contrary to a and bsn powder samples, the cmg sample melted during annealing, thus adhering to the ceramic crucible walls and preventing its effective removal. the annealing.
After milling, the saturation magnetization and remanence decrease at the same time, the coercive force of the powder milled in toluene is unchanged with increasing milling time, but slightly increases after milling in water and in oleicacidcontaining toluene. the annealing allowed us to increase the magnetic properties of the powder.
Therefore, annealing to induce crystallization is a necessary step before using any conventional powdering techniques, such as ball milling. in this article, we report a new processing strategy of making fe 77 ni 5.5 co 5.5 zr 7 b 4 cu powders directly from the asspun ribbons without any crystallization annealing step. this is achieved by melt.
Ball milling (bm) of elemental co and al was conducted for 30 h (h). this process has altered the original morphologies of both elemental co and al powders. spherical al powder particles has changed into a smooth pancakeshape while the original irregularshaped co agglomerates became disintegrated ultrafine particles.
Consequent annealing of unmilled compacts yielded metastable phases. upon 10 and 20 h ball milling of cow powder, no alloying was obtained. although milling did not yield significant crystal changes in w and co ground state struc tures, its effect is evident during subsequent annealing. an eta phase is obtained for the first time from unmilledan.
Consequent annealing of unmilled compacts yielded metastable phases. upon 10 and 20 h ball milling of cow powder, no alloying was obtained. although milling did not yield significant crystal changes in w and co ground state structures, its effect is evident during subsequent annealing.
The co x crcufemnni (x 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 mol, named as co 0.5, co 1.0, co 1.5, and co 2.0) hea powders were prepared by dry milling for 45 h and then by wet ball milling for 5 h in ethanol. the milling was carried out in a highenergy qmwx4 planetary ball miller at 300 rpm with a balltopowder weight ratio of 101 under an argon atmosphere.
Fe10wt la (oh)3 composite powders have been fabricated by ball milling, under argon atmosphere for milling periods of 0, 5 and 10 h, respectively. changes in structural, morphological, thermal and magnetic properties of the powders during mechanical alloying and during subsequent annealing have been examined by xray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy (sem), differential scanning.
Abstract. cold pressing (cp) of the amorphouslike co powder suppressed most of the xrd peaks, in particular the peak along (100) plane. the dsc curve of unmilled cp co powder has shown a distinct sharp exothermic peak at 6 1 5 annealing at 7 0 0 c, only the fcc phase with lattice parameter of 3.51 was detected by results implied that the exotherm at 6 1 5.
A small amount of powder was taken out from the mill vial after 2, 5, 10, 15, and 20 h of milling to analyze its structural changes during the ball milling. the 20 h milled fe10cr3al alloy powder was annealed at different temperatures between 400 and 900 c in a tubular furnace under a nonoxidizing atmosphere of forming gas (95 ar 5.
In this work, we discuss the structural and magnetic properties of the nanostructured pr 0.75 y 0.25 co 5 powders produced by highenergy ball milling and subsequent annealing. high coercivity achieved for nanostructured pr 0.75 y 0.25 co 5 powders stimulates interest in these materials for possible permanent magnet applications.
Boron nitride nanotubes (bnnts) were grown on stainlesssteel substrates by ball millingannealing in an n2h2 atmosphere. the effects of the precursor ratio and gas flow rate on the bnnt morphology were investigated. the correlations between experimental parameters and the bnnt morphology were interpreted based on.
Smco7co nanocomposite powders were prepared by highenergy ball milling of smco5 modified by adding co and annealed at different temperatures. the phase evolution, microstructure and magnetic properties of the nanocomposite powders were analyzed. the results have shown that the annealing temperature and the addition of co significantly affected the phase structures and.
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A co 9 s 8 c nanocomposite has been prepared using a solidstate reaction followed by a facile mechanical ballmilling treatment with sucrose as the carbon source. the phases, morphology, and detailed structures of co 9 s 8 c nanocomposite are well characterized by xray diffraction, xray photoelectron spectroscopy, and highresolution transmission electron microscopy.
Structural changes during the deformationinduced synthesis of nanocrystalline fe10cr3al alloy powder via highenergy ball milling followed by annealing and rapid consolidation by spark plasma sintering were investigated. reduction in crystallite size was observed during the synthesis, which was associated with the lattice expansion and rise in dislocation density, reflecting the.
The magnetic properties of cuni, cufe and cuco binary alloys prepared by ball milling and subsequent isothermal annealing have been investigated systematically.
This process is attributed to the cobalt stabilizing the graphitic structure during ball milling, thus reducing the degree of the mixture is annealed, wellordered carbon.