Applied Thermodynamics: Grain Boundary Segregation
AbstractChemical composition of interfaces—free surfaces and grain boundaries—is generally described by the Langmuir–McLean segregation isotherm controlled by Gibbs energy of segregation. Various components of the Gibbs energy of segregation, the standard and the excess ones as well as other thermodynamic state functions—enthalpy, entropy and volume—of interfacial segregation are derived and their physical meaning is elucidated. The importance of the thermodynamic state functions of grain boundary segregation, their dependence on volume solid solubility, mutual solute–solute interaction and pressure effect in ferrous alloys is demonstrated. View Full-Text
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Lejček, P.; Zheng, L.; Hofmann, S.; Šob, M. Applied Thermodynamics: Grain Boundary Segregation. Entropy 2014, 16, 1462-1483.
Lejček P, Zheng L, Hofmann S, Šob M. Applied Thermodynamics: Grain Boundary Segregation. Entropy. 2014; 16(3):1462-1483.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lejček, Pavel; Zheng, Lei; Hofmann, Siegfried; Šob, Mojmír. 2014. "Applied Thermodynamics: Grain Boundary Segregation." Entropy 16, no. 3: 1462-1483.