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Title: Formation, structure and properties of bulk metallic glasses
Authors: Li, Y. 
Issue Date: 1999
Source: Li, Y. (1999). Formation, structure and properties of bulk metallic glasses. Journal of Materials Science and Technology 15 (2) : 97-110. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Bulk metallic glasses with up to 72 mm critical section thickness have been obtained by conventional casting techniques and the properties of these materials, particularly the mechanical and magnetic properties have been studied. These materials have been demonstrated to have novel properties which are fundamentally different from their crystalline counterparts. The recent status of research and development in formation, structure and properties of bulk metallic glasses is reviewed. The techniques to produce such bulk glasses are summarized and the glass forming ability and the critical cooling rate of these materials are discussed. Further consideration of the development and application of this new class of materials will be proposed.
Source Title: Journal of Materials Science and Technology
ISSN: 10050302
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