DEFECT STRUCTURES IN HIGH TEMPERATURE IRON OXIDES.

W. M. Stobbs, David Smith, S. B. Newcomb

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Abstract

The defect structures occurring in high temperature iron oxides have been studied using 500 kV high resolution electron microscopy. Ordering of defect clusters was observed in wustite quenched from 850 degree C although details of the cationic distribution could not be obtained due to continual reordering caused by the electron beam. In slowly-cooled samples, 'domains' of magnetite surrounded by wustite were visible at 850 degree C, but magnetite was the predominant oxide at 700 degree C and no wustite was observed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationLawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Report) LBL
EditorsR.M. Fisher, R. Gronsky, K.H. Westmacott
Pages63-66
Number of pages4
StatePublished - 1983
Externally publishedYes

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Stobbs, W. M., Smith, D., & Newcomb, S. B. (1983). DEFECT STRUCTURES IN HIGH TEMPERATURE IRON OXIDES. In R. M. Fisher, R. Gronsky, & K. H. Westmacott (Eds.), Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Report) LBL (pp. 63-66)