By B. Predel (auth.), O. Madelung (eds.)
For every body desirous about the know-how and alertness of metals and alloys and with the advance of latest steel fabrics, an in depth wisdom of section equilibria is crucial. additionally, details at the thermodynamical and crystallographical info of the platforms lower than research is key, and infrequently metastable crystalline levels in addition to quasicrystalline or amorphous alloys are of curiosity. Vol. IV/5 for that reason provides these types of information. as a result of the great amount to be had of experimental facts and thermochemical calculations, a presentation in a single quantity, because it was once learned numerous many years in the past within the typical ebook of M. Hansen "Aufbau der Zweistoff-Legierungen" proved to be very unlikely. So quantity IV/5 needed to be divided into numerous subvolumes which hide - in alphabetical order - all binary platforms of significance. the current subvolume IV/5b offers with the platforms B-Ba ... C-Zr. extra subvolumes will stick with shortly.
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B-Ba – C-Zr by B. Predel (auth.), O. Madelung (eds.)