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Microstructural Characterization of Multiphase Coatings Produced By Chemical Vapor Deposition

  • R. A. Lowden (a1), K. L. More (a1), T. M. Besmann (a1) and R. D. James (a1)

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Chemical vapor deposition has been utilized to produce ternary, multiphase coatings of various compositions of silicon carbide (SiC) with Ti, Cr, and Mo. Thermodynamic calculations have been performed for a variety of experimental conditions in each system. Scanning, transmission and analytical electron microscopy, and X-ray diffraction techniques have been used to characterize the microstructures and to determine compositions.

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Microstructural Characterization of Multiphase Coatings Produced By Chemical Vapor Deposition

  • R. A. Lowden (a1), K. L. More (a1), T. M. Besmann (a1) and R. D. James (a1)

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