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Structural Behavior of Cu0.5Ag0.5 and Cu0.5Al0.5 Alloys Synthesized by Comelting Technique

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Cu0.5Ag0.5 and Cu0.5Al0.5 alloys were prepared by co-melting technique. The products were synthesized by the fusion of high pure copper, silver and aluminium metals in presence of inert atmosphere. Due to intermixing of Cu atoms in the matrix of Ag and Al, a lattice strain is produced in the alloys. The structural properties were investigated using X-ray diffraction technique. The physical quantities such as lattice parameters, volume of unit cell, structure and inter-planar spacing between two given plane are evaluated by XRD analysis. The average crystallite size is calculated using the Scherrer's equation. Williamson-Hall (W-H) analysis and sizestrain plot method were used to study the individual contributions of crystallite sizes and lattice strain on the peak broadening of the Cu0.5Ag0.5 and Cu0.5Al0.5 alloys.
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Keywords: CO-MELTING; CRYSTALLINE SIZE; LATTICE STRAIN; PEAK BROADENING; W-H ANALYSIS

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2016

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