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A new glass-forming ability criterion for bulk metallic glasses
A new indicator of glass-forming ability (GFA) for bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) is proposed based on crystallization processes during cooling and reheating of the supercooled liquid. TheExpand
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Glass formation criterion for various glass-forming systems.
  • Z. P. Lu, C. Liu
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
  • 10 September 2003
A conceptual approach to evaluate glass-forming ability for various glass-forming systems has been proposed from a physical metallurgy point of view. It was found that the glass-forming ability forExpand
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Guidelines in predicting phase formation of high-entropy alloys
Abstract With multiple elements mixed at equal or near-equal molar ratios, the emerging, high-entropy alloys (HEAs), also named multi-principalelements alloys (MEAs), have posed tremendous challengesExpand
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Metallic liquids and glasses: atomic order and global packing.
  • X. Liu, Y. Xu, +5 authors C. Liu
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
  • 5 October 2010
In this Letter, we have revealed the common structural behavior of metallic glasses through scrutinizing the evolution of pair distribution functions from metallic liquids to glasses andExpand
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Theoretical strength and the onset of plasticity in bulk metallic glasses investigated by nanoindentation with a spherical indenter.
The mechanical behavior of bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) was investigated by nanoindentation with a spherical indenter. The transition from perfectly elastic behavior to plastic deformation wasExpand
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Importance of intraparticle convection in the performance of chromatographic processes
Abstract Large-pore materials are used in separation engineering as high-performance liquid chromatographic packings and adsorbents; however, they find also many applications in reaction engineeringExpand
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Structural amorphous steels.
Recent advancement in bulk metallic glasses, whose properties are usually superior to their crystalline counterparts, has stimulated great interest in fabricating bulk amorphous steels. While a greatExpand
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Kinetics of Pb (II) adsorption on black carbon derived from wheat residue
Abstract The kinetics of Pb (II) adsorption onto black carbon (BC) has been investigated. The BC samples were characterized by the techniques of X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopeExpand
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Ductilizing bulk metallic glass composite by tailoring stacking fault energy.
  • Y. Wu, D. Zhou, +5 authors Z. P. Lu
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
  • 14 December 2012
Martensitic transformation was successfully introduced to bulk metallic glasses as the reinforcement micromechanism. In this Letter, it was found that the twinning property of the reinforcingExpand
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Peak resolution in linear chromatography: Effects of intraparticle convection
Abstract The quantitative relationship between separation performance and intraparticle convection in large-pore, permeable supports for chromatography is examined. A model for linear chromatographyExpand
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