Nickel aluminide (Ni3Al) is an intermetallic alloy of nickel and aluminum with properties similar to both a ceramic and a metal. There are three materials called nickel aluminide: * NiAl, CAS number 12003-78-0 (see also Raney nickel) * NiAl3, CAS number 12004-71-6 * Ni3Al, tri-nickel aluminideAn intermetallic compound can be defined as an ordered alloy phase formed between two metallic elements, where an alloy phase is ordered if two or more sublattices are required to describe its atomic structure. The ordered structure exhibits superior elevated-temperature properties because of the long-range ordered superlattice, which reduces dislocation mobility and diffusion processes at elevated temperatures.

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  • Nickel aluminide (Ni3Al) is an intermetallic alloy of nickel and aluminum with properties similar to both a ceramic and a metal. There are three materials called nickel aluminide: * NiAl, CAS number 12003-78-0 (see also Raney nickel) * NiAl3, CAS number 12004-71-6 * Ni3Al, tri-nickel aluminideAn intermetallic compound can be defined as an ordered alloy phase formed between two metallic elements, where an alloy phase is ordered if two or more sublattices are required to describe its atomic structure. The ordered structure exhibits superior elevated-temperature properties because of the long-range ordered superlattice, which reduces dislocation mobility and diffusion processes at elevated temperatures. Nickel aluminide is used as a strengthening constituent in high-temperature nickel-base superalloys, however, unalloyed nickel aluminide has a tendency to exhibit brittle fracture and low ductility at ambient temperatures.Nickel aluminide is unique in that it has very high thermal conductivity combined with high strength at high temperature. These properties, combined with its high strength and low density, make it ideal for special applications like coating blades in gas turbines and jet engines. In 2005, the most abrasion-resistant material was reportedly created by embedding diamonds in a matrix of nickel aluminide. (en)
  • Алюминийтриникель — бинарное неорганическое соединениеникеля и алюминияс формулой AlNi3,кристаллы. (ru)
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  • Алюминийтриникель — бинарное неорганическое соединениеникеля и алюминияс формулой AlNi3,кристаллы. (ru)
  • Nickel aluminide (Ni3Al) is an intermetallic alloy of nickel and aluminum with properties similar to both a ceramic and a metal. There are three materials called nickel aluminide: * NiAl, CAS number 12003-78-0 (see also Raney nickel) * NiAl3, CAS number 12004-71-6 * Ni3Al, tri-nickel aluminideAn intermetallic compound can be defined as an ordered alloy phase formed between two metallic elements, where an alloy phase is ordered if two or more sublattices are required to describe its atomic structure. The ordered structure exhibits superior elevated-temperature properties because of the long-range ordered superlattice, which reduces dislocation mobility and diffusion processes at elevated temperatures. (en)
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  • Nickel aluminide (en)
  • Алюминийтриникель (ru)
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