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Kinetic in situ neutron diffraction has been used to study the crystallization of amorphous Y 67 Fe 33 . The results show that partial crystallization first occurs close to 300 • C where the Y phase is formed. The entire sample crystallizes at 390 • C and new Bragg peaks appear, signifying the formation of a novel Y-Fe phase. This new phase coexists with Y to 450 • C when the Bragg peaks associated with this phase rapidly decrease in intensity and YFe 2 also coexisting with Y, emerges as thedoi:10.1088/0953-8984/13/22/317 fatcat:gztmpw4esfcgpaizj3c46fkp2m