glassy alloy

glassy alloy

[¦glas·ē ′al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
An alloy having an amorphous or glassy structure. Also known as metallic glass.
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Joseph Poon, and Vijayabarathi Ponnambalam reported breaking the 1 cm-thickness barrier with an iron based glassy alloy including chromium, molybdenum, carbon, boron, and traces of the rare-earth element erbium.
PEDAL TO THE METAL Since 1959, when Pol Duwez of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena made the first metallic glass from gold and silicon, materials researchers have created thousands of glassy alloys from metals such as aluminum, nickel, titanium, copper, and iron.
Glassy alloys also appear to be tops among metals at recovering a shape after being deformed.
ct] are the reciprocals of charge transfer resistance of glassy alloy in absence and the presence of [10.
9] glassy alloy in absence and presence of fixed concentration of the inhibitors:
9] glassy alloy are nearly the same and higher in the presence of inhibitors than in free 0.
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Until recently, expectations that lightweight, aluminum-rich glassy alloys could be substituted for denser materials in aerospace applications had been undermined by the brittle nature of these substances.
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25 peer-reviewed contributions in the field of material sciences are presented in this book, allowing engineering students and researchers to learn about the latest advances in the synthesis of metastable and nanostructured materials such as glassy alloys, magnetic materials, core-shell nanoparticles and melt-spun metallic ribbons.
The nearly 200 papers consider many aspects of the synthesis, characterization, and fundamental investigations of various metastable, nanostructured, amorphous, and glassy materials, as well as quasi-crystals and bulk glassy alloys.
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