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Properties: phase diagram
  1. Landolt-Börnstein

    Binary System Mo-N

    This document is part of Subvolume C 'Ternary Steel Systems: Phase Diagrams and Phase Transition Data', Part 1 'Binary Systems and Ternary Systems from C-Cr-Fe to Cr-Fe-W' of Volume 19 'Thermodynamic Propert...
  2. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Mo-N Binary Phase Diagram 0-60 at.% N

    • Temperature: 0…1000 °C (273…1273 K); Partial composition: 0-60 at.% N; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  3. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Mo-N Binary Phase Diagram 0-57 at.% N

    • Temperature: 200…2800 °C (473…3073 K); Partial composition: 0-57 at.% N; Investigation: experimental
  4. Landolt-Börnstein

    Mo-N (Molybdenum-Nitrogen)

    This document is part of Subvolume H ‘Li-Mg – Nd-Zr’ of Volume 5 ‘Phase Equilibria, Crystallographic and Thermodynamic Data of Binary Alloys’ of Landolt-Börnstein - Group IV Physical Chemistry.
  5. Inorganic Solid Phases

    Mo-N Binary Phase Diagram 0-60 at.% N

    • Temperature: 0…2800 °C (273…3073 K); Partial composition: 0-60 at.% N; Investigation: experimental
  6. Inorganic Solid Phases

    C-Mo-N Isothermal Section of Ternary Phase Diagram

    • Temperature: 1100 °C (1373 K); Partial composition: C95Mo5-Mo-N95Mo5, Mo-rich corner; Investigation: experimental; detailed
  7. MSI Eureka

    Fe-Mo-N Ternary Phase Diagram Evaluation

    • This report for the ternary system Fe-Mo-N discusses binary systems, solid phases, thermodynamics, and materials properties and applications.
  8. MSI Eureka

    Mo-N-Ti Ternary Phase Diagram Evaluation

    • This report for the ternary system Mo-N-Ti discusses binary systems, quasibinary systems, solid phases, invariant equilibria, liquidus, solidus and solvus surfaces, isothermal sections, temperature - composition sections, and materials properties and applications.
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