Metastable Alloys: Preparation and Properties : Proceedings of Symposium D on Preparation and Properties of Metastable Alloys of the 1988 E-MRS Spring Conference, Strasbourg, France, 31 May-2 June, 1988
North-Holland, Jan 1, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 638 pages
This volume contains most of the papers presented at symposium D, one of the four symposia that formed the 1988 Strasbourg Spring Conference. The three day programme consisted of nine oral sessions; a poster session and a plenary talk giving an overview of current topics in hard magnetic materials. Scientists involved in basic as well as applied research concentrated their discussions on the fundamental processes relevant for the formation of metastable alloys such as amorphous alloys (metallic glasses), microcrystalline, quasicrystalline and nanocrystalline alloys and their applications. These materials are proving to be of considerable interest to research workers because of their possible application in the electronics industry, e.g. as diffusion barriers in devices or as data storage media.
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THERMODYNAMIC ASPECTS OF METASTABLE ALLOYS
ELECTRONIC PROPERTIES AND ATOMIC STRUCTURE
Application of the CALPHAD method for the prediction of amorphous phase
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