Composition, defect structure and bonding in titanium carbide

P.P.J. Ramaekers, R. Metselaar

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Abstract

Composition measurements of T1CIX deposited by chemical vapour deposition show a very restricted range of composition. Additionally, lattice constant measurements vs. composition of TiC ~ shows a maximum value at a composition of about 45 at. % titanium. An explanation of these two phenomena is presented, based on X-ray photo electron spectroscopy and soft X-ray spectroscopy results, and on thermo dynamic data. This has important implications in CVD practice TiC. The explanation presented could also be applicable to ZrC-~ and HfC
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSpecial Ceramics 8
EditorsG.P. Howlett, D. Taylor
Place of PublicationShelton
PublisherThe Institute of Ceramics
Pages119-124
Publication statusPublished - 1986

Publication series

NameBritish Ceramic Proceedings
Volume37
ISSN (Print)0268-4373

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