Interconnection of Zn content, macrosegregation, dendritic growth, nature of intermetallics and hardness in directionally solidified Mg–Zn alloys

Interconnection of Zn content, macrosegregation, dendritic growth, nature of intermetallics and hardness in directionally solidified Mg–Zn alloys

Nathalia C. Verissimo, Crystopher Brito, Washington L.R. Santos, Noé Cheung, José E. Spinelli, Amauri Garcia

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Agradecimentos: The authors acknowledge the financial support provided by FAPESP – São Paulo Research Foundation – Brazil (grants: 2012/08494-0; 2013/23396-7 and 2014/50502-5) and CNPq (The Brazilian Research Council). The authors would like to thank the Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory...

Mg and Mg-based alloys are lightweight metallic materials that are extremely biocompatible and have promising mechanical properties. Mg–Zn alloys have potential applications as biomaterials in the field of hard tissue engineering for load bearing applications, and are mainly produced by casting with...

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Interconnection of Zn content, macrosegregation, dendritic growth, nature of intermetallics and hardness in directionally solidified Mg–Zn alloys

Nathalia C. Verissimo, Crystopher Brito, Washington L.R. Santos, Noé Cheung, José E. Spinelli, Amauri Garcia


										

Interconnection of Zn content, macrosegregation, dendritic growth, nature of intermetallics and hardness in directionally solidified Mg–Zn alloys

Nathalia C. Verissimo, Crystopher Brito, Washington L.R. Santos, Noé Cheung, José E. Spinelli, Amauri Garcia

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    Journal of alloys and compounds. An interdisciplinary journal of materials science and solid-state chemistry and physics

    Vol. 662 (Mar., 2016), p. 1-10