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Multi-method identification and characterization of the intermetallic surface layers of hot-dip Al-coated steel: FeAl 3 or Fe 4 Al 13 and Fe 2 Al 5 or Fe 2 Al 5+x

Antoine Van Alboom, Babs Lemmens, Benjamin Breitbach, Eddy De Grave, Stefaan Cottenier and Kim Verbeken (2017) SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY. 324. p.419-428
abstract
Until now, several different chemical formulae are used to refer to the intermetallic theta-and eta-layers formed at the surface of hot-dip aluminized steel. To clear up the subsequent confusion, both layers were identified and characterized using several experimental techniques combined with DFT calculations.(1) EDX- and EBSD-mappings were performed on the cross section of a hot-dip aluminized steel and showed the presence of the two single phased intermetallic layers, theta and eta, just beneath the aluminum top-layer. The XRD-pattern of a sample of which the top aluminum layer was removed, confirmed the foregoing observations. The compositions of both layers were determined by APT and yield Fe4Al13 and Fe2Al5.6. DFT calculations showed the stability of the Fe4Al13 phase and predicted Fe4Al13 to be the only stable composition in that area of the Fe-Al phase diagram. Based on the DFT results, the ILEEMS spectrum of the theta-layer could be successfully analyzed and, for the first time, fully interpreted in accordance with the crystallographic structure of Fe4Al13. Fe4Al13 is suggested for referring to the composition of the theta-layer, instead of other formulae, e.g. FeAl3. The ILEEMSThlayer spectrum was best reproduced by a model-independent quadrupole splitting distribution, which supports the dis-ordered structure model for the eta-layer. An analysis based on the results of the DFT calculations, confirmed this finding. Because of the partially dis-ordered structure of the eta-layer and the width of the related region in Fe-Al phase diagrams, Fe2Al5-x is suggested for referring to the composition of the eta-layer.
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Intermetallics, Density functional theory, Atom probe tomography, Electron backscatter diffraction, Mossbauer spectroscopy, Fe-Al
journal title
SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY
volume
324
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419 - 428
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Elsevier BV
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000406988200048
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0257-8972
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10.1016/j.surfcoat.2017.05.091
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English
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8532341
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8532341
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  abstract     = {Until now, several different chemical formulae are used to refer to the intermetallic theta-and eta-layers formed at the surface of hot-dip aluminized steel. To clear up the subsequent confusion, both layers were identified and characterized using several experimental techniques combined with DFT calculations.(1) EDX- and EBSD-mappings were performed on the cross section of a hot-dip aluminized steel and showed the presence of the two single phased intermetallic layers, theta and eta, just beneath the aluminum top-layer. The XRD-pattern of a sample of which the top aluminum layer was removed, confirmed the foregoing observations. The compositions of both layers were determined by APT and yield Fe4Al13 and Fe2Al5.6. DFT calculations showed the stability of the Fe4Al13 phase and predicted Fe4Al13 to be the only stable composition in that area of the Fe-Al phase diagram. Based on the DFT results, the ILEEMS spectrum of the theta-layer could be successfully analyzed and, for the first time, fully interpreted in accordance with the crystallographic structure of Fe4Al13. Fe4Al13 is suggested for referring to the composition of the theta-layer, instead of other formulae, e.g. FeAl3. The ILEEMSThlayer spectrum was best reproduced by a model-independent quadrupole splitting distribution, which supports the dis-ordered structure model for the eta-layer. An analysis based on the results of the DFT calculations, confirmed this finding. Because of the partially dis-ordered structure of the eta-layer and the width of the related region in Fe-Al phase diagrams, Fe2Al5-x is suggested for referring to the composition of the eta-layer.},
  author       = {Van Alboom, Antoine and Lemmens, Babs and Breitbach, Benjamin and De Grave, Eddy and Cottenier, Stefaan and Verbeken, Kim},
  issn         = {0257-8972},
  journal      = {SURFACE \& COATINGS TECHNOLOGY},
  keyword      = {Intermetallics,Density functional theory,Atom probe tomography,Electron backscatter diffraction,Mossbauer spectroscopy,Fe-Al},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {419--428},
  publisher    = {Elsevier BV},
  title        = {Multi-method identification and characterization of the intermetallic surface layers of hot-dip Al-coated steel: FeAl 3  or Fe 4 Al 13  and Fe 2 Al 5  or Fe 2 Al 5+x},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.surfcoat.2017.05.091},
  volume       = {324},
  year         = {2017},
}

Chicago
Van Alboom, Antoine, Babs Lemmens, Benjamin Breitbach, Eddy De Grave, Stefaan Cottenier, and Kim Verbeken. 2017. “Multi-method Identification and Characterization of the Intermetallic Surface Layers of Hot-dip Al-coated Steel: FeAl 3  or Fe 4 Al 13 and Fe 2 Al 5 or Fe 2 Al 5+x.” Surface & Coatings Technology 324: 419–428.
APA
Van Alboom, A., Lemmens, B., Breitbach, B., De Grave, E., Cottenier, S., & Verbeken, K. (2017). Multi-method identification and characterization of the intermetallic surface layers of hot-dip Al-coated steel: FeAl 3  or Fe 4 Al 13 and Fe 2 Al 5 or Fe 2 Al 5+x. SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY, 324, 419–428.
Vancouver
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Van Alboom A, Lemmens B, Breitbach B, De Grave E, Cottenier S, Verbeken K. Multi-method identification and characterization of the intermetallic surface layers of hot-dip Al-coated steel: FeAl 3  or Fe 4 Al 13 and Fe 2 Al 5 or Fe 2 Al 5+x. SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY. Elsevier BV; 2017;324:419–28.
MLA
Van Alboom, Antoine, Babs Lemmens, Benjamin Breitbach, et al. “Multi-method Identification and Characterization of the Intermetallic Surface Layers of Hot-dip Al-coated Steel: FeAl 3  or Fe 4 Al 13 and Fe 2 Al 5 or Fe 2 Al 5+x.” SURFACE & COATINGS TECHNOLOGY 324 (2017): 419–428. Print.