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The presence of this band shifts the interface between the austenite and the ferrite toward the steel side. This austenite band is nearly free of precipitates and probably is caused by its high carbon solubility, agreeing with what has also been suggested by Ayer et al. (38). As a consequence of the more rapid diffusion of chromium and nickel through the grain boundaries, compared with bulk diffusion, this band penetrates along some steel grain boundaries (see Figs. 7 and 8). Zone III: Large Carbide Precipitation Region.

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