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Metallic Glasses

Edited by Dragica Minić

University of Belgrade


Milica Vasić

University of Belgrade

The term "metallic glasses" is widely used to denote the amorphous alloys obtained by rapid quenching techniques. These materials are characterized by short range atom ordering without translational periodicity of the structure. Kinetic and thermodynamic metastability is one of the main characteristics generally related to metallic glasses, while their thermally induced microstructural transformations could result in deterioration or improvement of the functional properties. Due to their favorable magnetic, electrical, mechanical, and anti-corrosion properties, metallic glasses as new and attractive materials have found application in many areas of modern industries - electronics, construction industry, aerospace industry; as well as chemistry, biomedicine, and surgery.

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Metallic GlassesEdited by Dragica Minić

Published: February 5th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77589

ISBN: 978-1-78985-488-6

Print ISBN: 978-1-78985-487-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83880-074-1

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Introductory Chapter: Metallic Glasses

By Dragica M. Minić and Milica M. Vasić


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2. Metallic Glasses: A Revolution in Material Science

By Swadhin Kumar Patel, Biswajit Kumar Swain, Ajit Behera and Soumya Sanjeeb Mohapatra


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3. Thermal Stability and Phase Transformations of Multicomponent Iron-Based Amorphous Alloys

By Milica M. Vasić, Dušan M. Minić and Dragica M. Minić


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4. Phase Separation in Ce-Based Metallic Glasses

By Dharmendra Singh, Kiran Mor, Devinder Singh and Radhey Shyam Tiwari


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5. Adiabatic Shear Band Formation in Metallic Glasses

By Shank S. Kulkarni


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