Enhanced reversibility and unusual microstructure of a phase-transforming material

  title={Enhanced reversibility and unusual microstructure of a phase-transforming material},
  author={Yintao Song and Xian Chen and Vivekanand Dabade and Thomas W. Shield and Richard D. James},
Materials undergoing reversible solid-to-solid martensitic phase transformations are desirable for applications in medical sensors and actuators, eco-friendly refrigerators and energy conversion devices. The ability to pass back and forth through the phase transformation many times without degradation of properties (termed ‘reversibility’) is critical for these applications. Materials tuned to satisfy a certain geometric compatibility condition have been shown to exhibit high reversibility… CONTINUE READING
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