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Abstract Quench condensed binary alloy films are produced by evaporation from two separated furnaces. The films contain the whole composition range of the respective alloy system in well defined arrangement.T c is measured as a function of concentration. Eight predominantly amorphous alloy systems are studied: Bi—Ga, Pb—Ga, Pb—Bi, Be—Bi, Be—Pb, Be—Ga, Be—Al, Be—Li. In Bi—Ga and Pb—GaT c is a linear function of concentration in the amorphous composition range. In Pb—BiT c has a maximum. All Be-alloys show lower transition temperatures than pure quench condensed Be. Except for Be—Li all systems have aT c minimum. The experiments are compared to aT c calculation using tunelling spectroscopy data. Except for the Be-alloys the agreement is satisfying.
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