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Highly Complex Magnetic Structures Resulting From Hierarchical Phase Separation in AlCo(Cr)FeNi High Entropy Alloys

@inproceedings{Lan2021HighlyCM,
  title={Highly Complex Magnetic Structures Resulting From Hierarchical Phase Separation in AlCo(Cr)FeNi High Entropy Alloys},
  author={Q Lan and Andr'as Kov'acs and Jan Caron and Hongchu Du and Dongsheng Song and Sriswaroop Dasari and B. Gwalani and Varun Chaudhary and Raju V. Ramanujan and Rajarshi Banerjee and Rafal E. Dunin‐Borkowski},
  year={2021}
}
Magnetic high entropy alloys (HEAs) are a new category of high-performance magnetic materials, with multi-component concentrated compositions and complex multi-phase structures. Although there have been numerous reports of their interesting magnetic properties, there is very limited understanding about the interplay between their hierarchical multi-phase structures and their local magnetic structures. By employing high spatial resolution correlative magnetic, structural and chemical studies, we… 

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