ASSESSMENT OF MIXING PROPERTIES OF LIQUID Cu-Sb ALLOY AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES

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MANOJ GAUTAM

Abstract

The addition of copper (Cu) can decrease the toxicity of the most usable element antimony (Sb). Concentration-dependent thermodynamic, microscopic structural and transport properties of Cu-Sb melt at different temperatures were examined using the quasi-lattice theory of mixing. Moelwyn-Hughes’s approach was implemented for the computation of viscosity. Liquid Cu-Sb shows the segregating nature in the Sb rich region and the ordering nature in the Cu rich region at the temperature range of 1190-1490 K. The viscosity of the respective alloy decreases with an increase in temperature.

Keywords:
Antimony, quasi lattice test, segregating nature, liquid alloy, mixing properties, copper-based alloy.

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GAUTAM, M. (2020). ASSESSMENT OF MIXING PROPERTIES OF LIQUID Cu-Sb ALLOY AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES. Asian Journal of Advances in Research, 5(4), 48-61. Retrieved from https://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIR/article/view/1751
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