Handbook of Plasma Immersion Ion Implantation and Deposition by André Anders

By André Anders

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And A. Inoue (2006). Synthesis of new bulk metallic glassy Ti60Al15Cu10W10Ni5 alloy by hot-pressing the mechanically alloyed powders at the supercooled liquid region. Metall. Mater. Trans. A 37A: 2231–2238. 1 Introduction Metallic materials are traditionally considered crystalline in nature, possessing translational symmetry, that is, their constituent atoms are arranged in a regular and periodic manner in three dimensions. % Si alloy in the glassy state by rapidly solidifying the liquid at rates approaching a million degrees per second [1].

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