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Synthesis and nitrogen stability of ultrafine titanium carbonitride particles

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 March 2011

Dong-Won Lee
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Powder Materials Center, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM), Changwon, Kyungnam 641-010, Korea
Jae-Hwan Ahn
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Division of Chemical & Materials Engineering, Ajou University, Suwon, Kyoungki 443-749, Korea
Hyungsik Chung
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Division of Chemical & Materials Engineering, Ajou University, Suwon, Kyoungki 443-749, Korea
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Abstract

The ultrafine titanium carbonitride particles (TiC0.5N0.5) with 100 nm in mean size was successfully synthesized by nitridation treatment at ordinary temperatures, 1373∼1473 K of the nanostructured half-stoichiometric titanium carbide (TiC0.5) particles, which were produced by the magnesium reduction of gaseous TiCl4+1/4C2Cl4. In addition, the nitrogen stability for the produced titanium carbonitride particles at various temperatures and vacuum conditions was investigated experimentally and compared with values calculated by an ideal solution model.

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