A compilation of ab-initio calculations of embrittling potencies in binary metallic alloys
Author(s)Gibson, Michael A.; Schuh, Christopher A.
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Segregation-induced changes in interfacial cohesion often control the mechanical properties of metals. The change in the work of separation of an interface upon segregation of a solute to the interface, termed the embrittling potency, is an atomic-level quantity used to predict and understand embrittlement phenomena. We present a compilation of calculations of embrittling potencies, along with references for these calculations. A discussion of this data is made in a separate article (Gibson and Schuh, 2016 ).
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Data in Brief
Gibson, Michael A., and Christopher A. Schuh. “A Compilation of Ab-Initio Calculations of Embrittling Potencies in Binary Metallic Alloys.” Data in Brief 6 (March 2016): 143–148.
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