Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium

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Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium. / Cooil, S. P.; Mortsell, E. A.; Mazzola, F.; Jorge, M.; Wenner, S.; Edmonds, M. T.; Thomsen, L.; Klemm, H. W.; Peschel, G.; Fuhrich, A.; Prieto, M.; Schmidt, Th; Miwa, J. A.; Holmestad, R.; Wells, J. W.

In: Materials Research Express, Vol. 3, No. 11, 116501, 11.2016.

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Cooil, SP, Mortsell, EA, Mazzola, F, Jorge, M, Wenner, S, Edmonds, MT, Thomsen, L, Klemm, HW, Peschel, G, Fuhrich, A, Prieto, M, Schmidt, T, Miwa, JA, Holmestad, R & Wells, JW 2016, 'Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium', Materials Research Express, vol. 3, no. 11, 116501. https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/3/11/116501

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Cooil, S. P., Mortsell, E. A., Mazzola, F., Jorge, M., Wenner, S., Edmonds, M. T., ... Wells, J. W. (2016). Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium. Materials Research Express, 3(11), [116501]. https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/3/11/116501

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Cooil SP, Mortsell EA, Mazzola F, Jorge M, Wenner S, Edmonds MT, Thomsen L, Klemm HW, Peschel G, Fuhrich A, Prieto M, Schmidt T, Miwa JA, Holmestad R, Wells JW. 2016. Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium. Materials Research Express. 3(11). https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/3/11/116501

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Cooil SP, Mortsell EA, Mazzola F, Jorge M, Wenner S, Edmonds MT et al. Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium. Materials Research Express. 2016 Nov;3(11). 116501. https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/3/11/116501

Author

Cooil, S. P. ; Mortsell, E. A. ; Mazzola, F. ; Jorge, M. ; Wenner, S. ; Edmonds, M. T. ; Thomsen, L. ; Klemm, H. W. ; Peschel, G. ; Fuhrich, A. ; Prieto, M. ; Schmidt, Th ; Miwa, J. A. ; Holmestad, R. ; Wells, J. W. / Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium. In: Materials Research Express. 2016 ; Vol. 3, No. 11.

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title = "Thermal migration of alloying agents in aluminium",
abstract = "The in situ thermal migration of alloying agents in an Al-Mg-Si-Li alloy is studied using surface sensitive photo-electron and electron diffraction/imaging techniques. Starting with the preparation of an almost oxide free surface (oxide thickness = 0.1 nm), the relative abundance of alloying agents (Mg, Li and Si) at the surface are recorded at various stages of thermal annealing, from room temperature to melting (which is observed at 550 degrees C). Prior to annealing, the surface abundances are below the detection limit",
keywords = "aluminium, alloy, surface migration, photoemission spectroscopy, thermal treatment, MG-SI ALLOYS, MICROSTRUCTURE, SPECTROSCOPY, GRAPHENE, HARDNESS",
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RIS

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AU - Cooil, S. P.

AU - Mortsell, E. A.

AU - Mazzola, F.

AU - Jorge, M.

AU - Wenner, S.

AU - Edmonds, M. T.

AU - Thomsen, L.

AU - Klemm, H. W.

AU - Peschel, G.

AU - Fuhrich, A.

AU - Prieto, M.

AU - Schmidt, Th

AU - Miwa, J. A.

AU - Holmestad, R.

AU - Wells, J. W.

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AB - The in situ thermal migration of alloying agents in an Al-Mg-Si-Li alloy is studied using surface sensitive photo-electron and electron diffraction/imaging techniques. Starting with the preparation of an almost oxide free surface (oxide thickness = 0.1 nm), the relative abundance of alloying agents (Mg, Li and Si) at the surface are recorded at various stages of thermal annealing, from room temperature to melting (which is observed at 550 degrees C). Prior to annealing, the surface abundances are below the detection limit

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KW - surface migration

KW - photoemission spectroscopy

KW - thermal treatment

KW - MG-SI ALLOYS

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KW - SPECTROSCOPY

KW - GRAPHENE

KW - HARDNESS

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DO - 10.1088/2053-1591/3/11/116501

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