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|Title:||Unusual Two-Step Dealloying Mechanism of Nanoporous TiVNbMoTa High-Entropy Alloy During Liquid Metal Dealloying|
|Authors:||Joo, S. -H.|
Okulov, I. V.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Editora Ltda|
|Citation:||Joo S. -H. Unusual Two-Step Dealloying Mechanism of Nanoporous TiVNbMoTa High-Entropy Alloy During Liquid Metal Dealloying / S. -H. Joo, I. V. Okulov, H. Kato // Journal of Materials Research and Technology. — 2021. — Vol. 14. — P. 2945-2953.|
|Abstract:||In this study, 3D interconnected nanoporous (3DNP) TiVNbMoTa HEAs were synthesized from the (TiVNbMoTa)25Ni75 as-cast precursor alloy using the liquid metal dealloying (LMD). The as-cast precursor demonstrated the initial dendritic microstructure consisting of fcc and hcp phases. At 600 °C after 1 h, tiny ligaments about 10 nm thickness were homogeneously synthesized. At 900 °C, the bulk transformation intensively took place at the original precursor alloy. Specifically, the dendritic morphology of the original phases disappeared, and the fraction of fcc phase decreased from 63% to 20%. This pre-transformation behavior significantly influences the dealloying mechanism. Kurdjumov–Sachs orientation relationship (OR) governed the ligament formation at the prior fcc phase while Pitsch-Schrader (P–S) OR controlled the ligament evolution at the prior hcp phase. An unusual mechanism of two-step dealloying was observed at the fcc phase region when the dealloying rate was decreased at the reaction front. The dissolution of Ni occurs by stepwise transformations of fcc=>hcp=>bcc. The prior fcc grain was transformed to the abnormally large hcp ligaments and tiny bcc ligaments. Then, the abnormal hcp ligaments were further dealloyed to smaller bcc ligaments following the P–S OR. This study pave the way for the design of compositionally complex porous materials with a customized morphology and advanced physical properties by dealloying. © 2021 The Authors.|
LIQUID METAL DEALLOYING
HIGH ENTROPY ALLOYS
LIQUID METAL DEALLOYING
|metadata.dc.description.sponsorship:||This work has supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) grant funded by the Korea government (MSIT) (No. NRF-2021R1C1C1007645 ). I.V. Okulov acknowledges support from German Science Foundation under the Leibniz Program (Grant MA 3333/13-1 ).|
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