In situ X-ray diffraction investigation of compression behavior in Gd40Y16Al24Co20 bulk metallic glass under high pressure with synchrotronradiation

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XU Tao, HUANG Lei, DONG Yan-Guo, LI Gong, LI Yan-Chun, LIU Jing and LIU Ri-Ping. In situ X-ray diffraction investigation of compression behavior in Gd40Y16Al24Co20 bulk metallic glass under high pressure with synchrotronradiation[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2009, 33(11): 1028-1032. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/33/11/020
XU Tao, HUANG Lei, DONG Yan-Guo, LI Gong, LI Yan-Chun, LIU Jing and LIU Ri-Ping. In situ X-ray diffraction investigation of compression behavior in Gd40Y16Al24Co20 bulk metallic glass under high pressure with synchrotronradiation[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2009, 33(11): 1028-1032.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/33/11/020 shu
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In situ X-ray diffraction investigation of compression behavior in Gd40Y16Al24Co20 bulk metallic glass under high pressure with synchrotronradiation

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The compression behavior of the heavy RE-based BMG Gd40Y16Al24Co20 under high pressure has been investigated by in situ high pressure angle dispersive X-ray diffraction measurements using synchrotron radiation in the pressure range of 0~33.42 GPa at room temperature. By fitting the static equation of state at room temperature, we find the value of bulk modulus B is 61.27±4 GPa which is in good agreement with the experimental study by pulse-echo techniques of 58 GPa. The results show that the amorphous structure in the heavy RE-based BMG Gd40Y16Al24Co20 keeps quite stable up to 33.42 GPa although its compressibility is as large as about 33%. The coexistence of normal local structure similar to that of other BMGs and covalent bond structure similar to those of oxide glasses may be the reason for the anomalous property under high pressure of the Gd40Y16Al24Co20 BMG.

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