Nanocrystallization in Amorphous Fe–P–V Alloys under Pulsed Irradiation

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The crystallization behavior of amorphous Fe–P–V alloys under pulsed irradiation is studied. The results demonstrate that the crystallized alloys contain not only the equilibrium phases α-Fe and (Fe,V)3P but also two metastable phases, σ′-FeV and (Fe,V)2P, whose stability decreases with increasing annealing temperature and irradiation energy. As a result, these phases transform into equilibrium phases, increasing the mobility of atoms and particle size and reducing the degree of hardening.

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