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Title: Temperature dependence of the viscosity of In-Sb alloy melts
Authors: Cheng, S J
Bian, X F
Qin, X B
Si, P C
Issue Date: Dec-2004
Publisher: CSIR
IPC CodeInt. Cl.7 C22C, C21D 8/00
Abstract: The temperature dependence of the dynamic viscosity of In-Sb alloy melts has been investigated using a torsional oscillation viscometer. The results show that no anomalous change in viscosity occurs in In-1 wt.%Sb melt and an anomalous change occurs at about 800oC both in In-55 wt.%Sb and In-69.5 wt.%Sb alloy melts. A low temperature area (LTA) and a high temperature area (HTA) can be used to describe the viscosity behaviour of In-55 wt.%Sb and In-69.5 wt.%Sb alloy melts. The activation energy of In-Sb alloy melts has been obtained. Variation of activation energy with temperature of In-Sb melts has been observed. The structural variation of In-Sb alloy melts has also been discussed on the basis of the change in viscosity and DSC analysis.
Page(s): 521-524
ISSN: 0975-1017 (Online); 0971-4588 (Print)
Source:IJEMS Vol.11(6) [December 2004]

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