Coordination Spheres Effect On RecompositionAtoms In AB Alloys

Authors

  • Abdulhalim Kh. Ali Department of Physics, College of Science, Al-MustansiriyahUniversity, Iraq
  • A. A. AL-Rubaiee Department of Physics, College of Science, Al-MustansiriyahUniversity, Iraq
  • Marwah M. Abdulsttar Department of Physics, College of Science, Al-MustansiriyahUniversity, Iraq

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.23851/mjs.v27i4.30

Keywords:

coordination Spheres, Micro domain, Clusters, Segregations.

Abstract

This study focused on the variation of the long-range order parameters with temperature for nine coordination spheres. The computer simulation results showed several mechanismsof atoms disordering. These mechanisms are represented in: (Substitution point defect, Clusters and Segregations, Micro domain, Antiphase order and Antiphase boundaries.

  As the number of coordination spheres increase, the interatomic interaction increase with a decrease in the ordered phase stability. In the initial stages of the computer simulation two phases in the alloy is found, an ordered phase of   long-range order and ordered phase of   antiphase domain. In final stages an ordered phase of short –range order is found.  

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Published

2017-02-26

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A. K. Ali, A. A. AL-Rubaiee, and M. M. Abdulsttar, “Coordination Spheres Effect On RecompositionAtoms In AB Alloys”, MJS, vol. 27, no. 4, Feb. 2017.

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