|Title||A new type of (TiZrNbTaHf)N/MoN nanocomposite coating: Microstructure and properties depending on energy of incident ions|
Bahdasarian, Artem Anatoliiovych
Pohrebniak, Oleksandr Dmytrovych
|Date of Issue||2018|
|Citation||A new type of (TiZrNbTaHf)N/MoN nanocomposite coating: Microstructure and properties depending on energy of incident ions [Текст] / A.A. Bagdasaryan, A.V. Pshyk, L.E. Сoy. [та ін.] // Composites Part B. — 2018. — №146. — С. 132-144.|
A novel (TiZrNbTaHf)N/MoN nanocomposite coatings, which consist of the nitride of the high-entropy alloy and
the binary nitride, were synthesized by vacuum-arc deposition at various substrate biases. The elemental
composition, chemical bonding state, phase structure, microstructure and mechanical properties of the coatings
were studied by high-resolution experimental methods: SIMS, GDMS, XPS, XRD, HR-TEM and nano-indentation.It was found that the chemical state of the (TiZrNbTaHf)N/MoN coatings has a complex nature, which consist of a mixture of nitrides of constituting elements. It was also shown that the coatings are based on B1 NaCl-structured γ-Mo2N-phase with a mixture of crystallographic orientations (111), (200), (220) and (311) together with the B1NaCl-structured (TiZrNbTaHf)N solid-solution phase. First-principles calculations demonstrated that the metal sub-lattice of the (TiZrNbTaHf)N solid solution can be based on Ti1-xHfyTa1-x-y, Zr1-xHfyTa1-x-y, Zr0.25Ti0.25Ta0.5 ternary alloys, which have the lowest mixing energy. The HR-TEM results showed that the nanocomposite nitride coatings have nano-scale multilayer structure with modulation periods ranged from 20nm to 25nm. The maximum hardness of approximately 29GPa demonstrated the coating deposited at a higher energy condition (−200V) with the thinnest modulation period of bilayer of 20nm (15nm of
(TiZrNbTaHf)N and 5nm of Mo2N).
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