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Magnetic-field-enhanced carbon solution in proeutectoid ferrite

Abstract : Modification of phase solubility of Fe-C system by magnetic field has been recognized by thermodynamic calculations and indirectly by microstructural examinations. However, there has been no direct experimental verification and the underlying physical mechanism is not fully uncovered. In this work, the enhanced carbon content in proeutectoid ferrite under a 12 T magnetic field is evidenced through wavelength-dispersive spectroscopy using a Shimadzu 1610 electron probe microanalyser measurements. The magnetic-field-enhanced carbon solution reduces the demagnetization energy of the system and makes it energetically more stable.
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X. X. Zhang, N. Xu, S. J. Wang, Yu Dong Zhang, Jean-Marc Raulot, et al.. Magnetic-field-enhanced carbon solution in proeutectoid ferrite. Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, IOP Publishing, 2013, 46 (38), ⟨10.1088/0022-3727/46/38/385002⟩. ⟨hal-01501661⟩

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