Anisotropy of Thermal Expansion Coefficients due to Defects
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The C49 TiSi2 present an anisotropic thermal expansion coefficients: the αb is considerably smaller than αa and αc because of the presence of
planar defects perpendicular to the large b-axis of the unit-cell [1].

 

 

 

[1] T.C. Chou, C.Y. Wong, K.N. Tu, J. Appl. Phys. 62 (1987) 2275.

 

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