Synthesis of Y- Ni alloy by calciothermic reduction diffusion process
In this study, magnetic material of the Yttrium based alloy such as nickel intermetallic compound is prepared by calciothermic reduction process (CRD), at different temperatures, for 7 hours, under Argon atmosphere. Kinetic analyses have been used to calculate the conversion rate and the rate constant at different temperatures. Thermodynamic calculations have been performed to estimate the Gibbs free energy at different temperatures. Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction and EDX analysis have been performed to characterize the samples produced at 1273 K. Magnetic properties have been estimated using Vibrating Sample Magnetometer.
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