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1.

Given: Ea = 315 kJ/mole Do = 1.70 cm2/s At what T will D be 5 x 1011 cm2/s? D = Do exp (Ea/RT) 5 x 10 *11 + 1.70 exp

*11 E ln 5 x 10 + * a 1.7 RT

T +

Ea 24.2 x R

T = 1563K = 1290oC

2.

D for Li into Si is given as: 105 cm2/s at 1100oC (1373K) 106 cm2/s at 692oC (965K) Thus: 10 *5 + D o e *Ea 10 *6 + D o e *Ea 10 + e

*

Ea R 1 T1

RT 1 RT 2

* T1

2.3 + *

Ea 1 * 1 T2 R T1

RT

D o + 10 *5 x e E a

RT

+ 2.3 x 10 *3

LN9

3.

Since electrons do not electrostatically interact with the electron shells of the atoms, they encounter virtually empty space and accordingly the diffusion constant for neutrons must be expected to be significantly larger than even the diffusion constants of liquids.

4.

c x x c o + 0.5 + erfc 2 Dt + erf 2 Dt From the tables we find x + 0.48 2 Dt t + 9 x 10 *8 x2 + 2 x D (0.96) 0.92 x 8 x 10 *12

5.

c The diffusion profile in Fe is given by c + erfc x with c/co = const. o 2 Dt x Correspondingly: + const 2 Dt or x + K and x 2 + K t t

This constant can be determined with the information given: K + (0.04) 2 + 1.6 x 10 *4 cm 2 h 10

The time for diffusion to a depth y (0.08) is then given as: y2 (0.08) 2 + + 40 hours K 1.6 x 10 *4

t +

LN9

6.

First a clarification: What is the origin of the indicated composition gradient across grains of a CuNi alloy? It is explained by a look at the phase diagram. Melt of composition CL freezes into grains of steadily increasing radius; obviously the growth stops when all the melt around this grain has solidified (onto this and other grains).

1455

ToC

1083

Cu

CL C s 2 C s 1

Ni

With increasing radius the freezing alloy first has the composition C S , which

1

2

as coring. When we consider diffusive effects, we like to talk about the effective diffusion distance: the distance over which the original surface concentration has decreased to 50% of its value (c = co/2). Thus: c x c o + 0.5 + erfc 2 Dt The answer to the question: D + D o e *E a 0.5 + erfc

RT

(235 x 10 3)

x ^ x 2 Dt 2 Dt x + Dt

2 t + x D

LN9

7.

T = 1600K D = 8 x 1012 cm2/s c 2 * c(x, t) x + erf c2 2 Dt c c2 * 2 2 + 1 + erf x c2 2 2 Dt Interpolating from Table II: we find for erf(Z) = 0.5000, Z = 0.4772 x + 0.4772 2 Dt x2 = 0.47722 22 Dt = 0.911 x Dt t + (3 x 10 *4) 2 0.911 (8 x 10 *12)

LN9

8.

Co

C + C o erfc

x 2 Dt t = 3 hours

104

(a)

C + 10 18 1 * erf

10 *4 2 7 x 10 *13 x 3 x 3600

(b)

LN9

9.

C + Co

1 * erf

x 2 Dt

x 2 Dt

10.

0.5 + erf

x 2 Dt

t = 37.7 hours

LN9

11.

x 2 Dt x 2 Dt

t = 164 hours

12.

Carburization is a diffusion controlled process; therefore: X + k t X 2 + kt 0.082 = 1.6 x 104 (tx) tx = 40 hours

2 (0.04) 2 k + X + + 1.6 x 10 *4 cm 2 h t 10

LN9

13.

C + 0.2 + erfc x Co 2 Dt 0.8 + erf x 2 Dt x + 0.91 2 Dt t + 0.02 2 1.82 2 x D D + 0.47 e * 8.314 x 1273 D = 1.1 x 1014 cm2/s

332 x 10 3

14.

Cx + erfc x + 1 * erf x C2 2 Dt x 2 Dt x To solve this problem you need to know D1375K which can be read from the accompanying graph as D1375K = 8 x 1013 cm2/s1. (a) c x + c o 1 * erf 1 x 10 *4 2 3 x 3600 x 8 x 10 *13 + c o(1 * erf 0.538)

From LN912 we have = co(1 0.553) cx = 1018(1 0.553) cx = 4.5 x 1017 at/cm3 3 x 10 *4 2 3 x 3600 x 8 x 10 *13

(b)

c x + c o 1 * erf

LN9

15.

If a metal oxidizes according to a linear rate law, it means the thickness (x) of the oxidation product (rust) is proportional to time (x = kt). For such a process, (dx)/(dt) = k = const. This is typically the case if the oxidation product is noncoherent and oxygen has direct access to the metal surface. If aluminum is added, the aluminum will form a coherent film of Al2O3 through which oxygen cannot readily diffuse.

x (k)

time

Further oxidation is therefore very slow. This behavior can be expressed as x = k log (at + b) Hence the oxidation follows a logarithmic rate law.

time

16.

A solution to Ficks 1st law for the given boundary conditions was presented in class: c x erf x + 1 * 0.018 + 0.982 c o + 1 * erf 2 Dt 2 Dt From the error function tables we find that the argument which yields an error function value of 0.982 is given by 1.67. This means: 0.002 + 0.001 + 1.67 Dt 2 Dt t+ 0.001 2 ; D + D o @ e 8.314@1253 + 6.45 @ 10 *13 cm sec + 5.56 @ 10 5 sec + 6.4 days

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