Фазовая диаграмма системы Cd-Fe

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Cd-Fe (Cadmium-Iron) H. Okamoto The assessed Cd-Fe phase diagram is based on review of the experimental data [ 30Tam, 62Cha]. No intermediate phases exist in this system. Magnetic measurements indicated solubilities of 6 and 4 x 10-4 at.% Fe in liquid Cd at 700 and 400 C [30Tam]. [62Cha] determined the solubility of Fe to be 4.4 x 10-4 at.% at 647 and 421 C, respectively. Existence of some mutual solid solubility between Cd and Fe was reported by [52Par]; however, no quantitative values were given. The solubility of Cd in (Fe) is very small [07Isa]. It was not known whether the small solubility is intrinsic, or a protective coating prevents the attack of Cd on steel [07Isa]. [28Age] observed no diffusion of Cd in Fe at 750 C, and [29Wev] regarded Cd as insoluble in (Fe). Liquid Cd at a temperature 20 C above its melting point is inactive to steel [31Dan]. [32Dan] reported formation of Cd2Fe on the surface of steel dipped in molten Cd. No compound formation was found after distilling Hg from Cd-Fe amalgams at 360 C [55Lih]. The absence of intermediate phases was confirmed also by [ 62Cha]. 07Isa: E. Isaak and G. Tammann, Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem., 55, 58-61 (1907) in German. 28Age: N.W. Ageew and M. Zamotorin, Izv. Leningrad, Politekh. Inst. Otdel. Mat. Fiz. Nauk, 31, 183-196 (1928) in Russian; abstract in J. Inst. Met., 44, 556 ( 1930). 29Wev: F. Wever, Arch. Eisenhuttenwes., 2(11), 739-746 (1928-1929) in German. 30Tam: G. Tammann and W. Oelsen, Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem., 186(3/4), 257-288 ( 1930) in German. 31Dan: E.J. Daniels, J. Inst. Met., 46, 81-91 (1931). 32Dan: E.J. Daniels, J. Inst. Met., 49, 169-185 (1932). 52Par: M.I. Parfenova and N.A. Izgaryshev, Zh. Prikl. Khim., 25, 752-756 (1952) in Russian; TR: J. Appl. Chem. USSR, 25, 831-834 (1952). 55Lih: F. Lihl and E. Buhl, Z. Metallkd., 46(11), 787-791 (1955) in German. 62Cha: M.G. Chasanov, P.D. Hunt, I. Johnson, and H.M. Feder, Trans. AIME, 224( 10), 935-939 (1962). Submitted to the APD Program. Complete evaluation contains 1 figure, 1 table, and 12 references. 1