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5. 5 to form white precipitate. The suspension of precursor aged for a while at 90 °C. After aging process, the precipitate was separated from the solution by a suction filtration with a membrane filter for 30 minutes and then was dried at room temperature 90 °C for 1 day. In order to investigate the effect of drying temperature, the precipitates after filtration and washing by ethanol dried at room temperature (RT) for 1 day. The sample after drying at RT was heated at 90 °C for 1 day. The crystal structure and morphology of the sample of each aging time were characterized by a powder X-ray diffraction (XRD, RINT 1000, Rigaku) and a field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM, JSM-7600F, JEOL).
It is considered that cast specimens were constituted by larger area fraction of p-phase at the extrusion condition of 973 K. for 15 min compared with that of extrusion condition of 923 K for 3 min. This is due to the nucleation of fine a-phase from P-phase during cooling after the extrusion16, and the nucleated grain growth was inhibited by the pinning effect of the fine precipitation particles at the grain boundaries. 5Ti[EXT973K] Extrusion direction
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