The temperature dependent x-ray diffraction and magnetization measurements on the off stoichiometric Ni2Mn1+xIn1-xalloys have confirmed the appearance of martensite at critical Mn concentration of x=0.35. The high temperature phase of all the alloys have cubic L21structure with the lattice constant steadily decreasing with increase in Mn concentration. Martensitic transition begins to appear in Ni2Mn1.35In0.65at about 197K and the structure seems to adopt two phases including the major cubic along with the modulated monoclinic phase. This has been explained on the basis of number of Mn-Ni-Mn hybridized pairs that are responsible for inducing martensitic transition.

Investigation of route to martensitic transition in Ni-Mn-In shape memory alloys / Nevgi, R.; Priolkar, K. R.; Righi, L.. - 1942(2018), p. 030016. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 62nd DAE Solid State Physics Symposium 2017 tenutosi a DAE Convention Centre, ind nel 2017 [10.1063/1.5028597].

Investigation of route to martensitic transition in Ni-Mn-In shape memory alloys

Righi, L.
2018

Abstract

The temperature dependent x-ray diffraction and magnetization measurements on the off stoichiometric Ni2Mn1+xIn1-xalloys have confirmed the appearance of martensite at critical Mn concentration of x=0.35. The high temperature phase of all the alloys have cubic L21structure with the lattice constant steadily decreasing with increase in Mn concentration. Martensitic transition begins to appear in Ni2Mn1.35In0.65at about 197K and the structure seems to adopt two phases including the major cubic along with the modulated monoclinic phase. This has been explained on the basis of number of Mn-Ni-Mn hybridized pairs that are responsible for inducing martensitic transition.
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