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Table 1 Bulk modulus (B0) and its pressure derivative (B0) for Al-Cu-Fe alloys and end-members

From: Can quasicrystals survive in planetary collisions?

Composition Technique P (GPa) B0 \( {\boldsymbol{B}}_{\mathbf{0}}^{\prime } \) References
i-Al62Cu25.5Fe12.5 EDXD 35 139 (6) 2.7 Sadoc et al. (1994)
i-Al62Cu25.5Fe12.5 EDXD 33.6 155 (10) 2 Lefebvre et al. (1995)
p-Al62.8Cu26Fe11.2 EDXD 29.8 175 (16) 2 Lefebvre et al. (1995)
r-Al64Cu24Fe12 EDXD 35 175 (16) 2 Lefebvre et al. (1995)
i-Al65Cu22Fe13 ADXD 72 131 (7) 4 (fixed) Takagi et al. (2015)
i-Al63Cu24Fe12 ADXD 75.8 121 (8) 3.68 (4) This study
Al ADXD 144.3 76.3 (1.1) 4.16 (5) Dewaele et al. (2004)
Cu ADXD 144.3 135.1 (1.1) 4.91 (5) Dewaele et al. (2004)
Fe EDXD 300 165 (4) 5.33 (9) Mao et al. (1990)
  1. EDXD stays for energy-dispersive X-ray diffraction, while ADXD stays for angle-dispersive X-ray diffraction