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Effect of Er doping on glass-forming ability of Co50Cr15Mo14C15B6 alloy

  • H. Men (a1), S.J. Pang (a1) and T. Zhang (a1)

Abstract

Bulk glass formation of the Co–Cr–Mo–C–B–Er alloy system was investigated in this paper. The Co50Cr15Mo14C15B6 (at.%) alloy could be cast into fully glassy rod with a diameter up to 2 mm. By adding 2 at.% Er to this alloy, the critical diameter for glass formation reached 10 mm. The excellent glass formability of the Er-doped alloy was mainly attributed to its relatively large reduced glass transition temperature of 0.61, near-eutectic composition, and the necessity of redistribution of the Er atoms for precipitation of crystalline Co6Mo6C phase in the undercooled liquid on cooling.

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