Metallic Glasses

@article{Greer1995MetallicG,
  title={Metallic Glasses},
  author={Alan Lindsay Greer},
  journal={Science},
  year={1995},
  volume={267},
  pages={1947 - 1953}
}
  • A. L. Greer
  • Published 31 March 1995
  • Materials Science
  • Science
Amorphous metallic alloys, relative newcomers to the world of glasses, have properties that are unusual for solid metals. The metallic glasses, which exist in a very wide variety of compositions, combine fundamental interest with practical applications. They also serve as precursors for exciting new nanocrystalline materials. Their magnetic (soft and hard) and mechanical properties are of particular interest. 

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