NMR Study of nanophase A1/A1-oxide powder and consolidated composites
27Al Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) measurements from aluminum powders and consolidated nanophase aluminum made from those powders are presented. The signals from the metal and surface oxidation are easily separated and are compared before and after consolidation. The results presented indicate that the oxide coating becomes the interface region within the nanophase composite material and that during consolidation the metal has undergone a deformation equivalent to that seen for bulk material under a compressive strain of between 4% and 8%. © 1995.
NMR Study of nanophase A1/A1-oxide powder and consolidated composites.
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