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Such alloys could make industrial processes more efficient or enable sun-driven chemical reactions.
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Bronze-ware is largely made from alloys of brass and tin.

Cutting-edge alloys will keep the 2 million Scovilles in check.
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MIT researchers using memory alloys to create a "shrink wrap" suit.
(Tech Times - Science, )

Double twins are thought to lead to premature failure of magnesium alloys.
(Nature Communications, )

An approach to design compensated ferrimagnetic Heusler alloys is established.
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Alloys are already impressive but they just got even better with high-entropy alloys.
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Heusler alloys are composed of several metallic elements arranged in a lattice structure.
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This effect is observed for alloys that have the magnetic transition above room temperature.
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It is suitable as a coating for metals and metal alloys such as steel, aluminum or magnesium.
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Now, researchers have developed a method to predict which alloys may form a bulk metallic glass.
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A family of alloys has been discovered that undergoes unexpected changes of shape when magnetized.
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Rhenium for the nickel alloys in jet engines for example, tantalum for electronic capacitors and so on.
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Single-phase high-entropy alloys, such as CrMnFeCoNi, display excellent ductility and fracture toughness.
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Titanium aluminide alloys are lightweight and have attractive properties for high-temperature applications.
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But the team says the method may also be usable in the higher-temperature alloys used in commercial reactors.
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High-entropy alloys were originally proposed to benefit from phase stabilization through entropy maximization.
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High-entropy alloys derive their properties from being multi-element systems that can crystallize as a single phase.
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New research shows that copper and copper alloys will rapidly destroy norovirus - the highly-infectious sickness bug.
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Nanostructured ferritic alloys offer many attractive properties that make them suitable for use in extreme environments.
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In high entropy alloys a mix of a large number of five or more principal atomic elements is used to tune the properties.
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Omiciuolo et al. solve this problem using a low-cost approach based on epitaxial growth of graphene on dielectric alloys.
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Shape memory alloys have been developed that are free of functional fatigue, a key step in obtaining versatile actuators.
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Scientists have discovered that copper and copper alloys rapidly destroy norovirus – the highly-infectious sickness bug.
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Researchers have developed aluminum alloys that are both easier to work with and more heat tolerant than existing products.
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South32 is delaying the restart of three furnaces at a South African smelter due to the sliding price of ferromanganese alloys.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

Alloys like bronze and steel have been transformational for centuries, yielding top-of-the-line machines necessary for industry.
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Atomic disordering in antiphase boundary regions is believed to deteriorate ferromagnetic spin order in many alloys and compounds.
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When exposed to hydrogen, alloys may lose their ductility and fracture unexpectedly, a phenomenon known as hydrogen embrittlement.
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The half-Heusler alloys form a big family of tunable compounds that may substantially enlarge the number of Weyl semimetals known.
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Nothing like any alloy ever made, high-entropy alloys not only act as one material but also grow stronger where other alloys weaken.
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Alloys containing multiple elements of equal distributions are known to show enhanced properties as they tend to form single phases.
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Alloys with higher strength and ductility could alleviate some of these concerns by reducing weight and improving energy efficiency.
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High-level simulations reveal that plastic deformation in super-resilient alloys is governed by atomic zones with characteristic lengths.
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A long-term problem in the casting of alloys such as steels is macrosegregation, which are variations in composition of the cast material.
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This metastability-engineering strategy should thus usefully guide design in the near-infinite compositional space of high-entropy alloys.
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Refractory high-entropy alloys show promising mechanical properties at elevated temperatures, but are generally brittle at room temperature.
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Aluminum-Magnesium alloys exhibit negative strain-rate sensitivity due to dynamic strain aging, causing reduced ductility at room temperature.
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Outsiders may well wonder if they have come to ruminate about binary alloys or zinc or to extol the merits of bonding gold and silver in coins.
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Several mechanisms that make a new, cold-loving material one of the toughest metallic alloys ever have been uncovered by a team of researchers.
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ATC Alloys has satisfied a takeover condition by Almonty Industries, with Siderian Resource Capital extending its debt facility repayment date.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

Towards this goal, growth of TiAl alloys with high strength and ductility, as well as superior creep resistance, is reported at high temperatures.
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The finding of high tunable exchange bias in certain Heusler alloys indicates new routes for the design of rare-earth-free hard magnetic materials.
(Nature Materials, )

The overall physical properties of binary-phase systems ranging from metallic alloys to soft polymers are affected by phase-separation morphologies.
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ATC Alloys' largest shareholder bloc, Bret Hutchinson and his associated entities, intend to accept the proposed takeover bid by Almonty Industries.
(Sydney Morning Herald - National, )

Their full potential, however, remains untapped, in part because the semiconductor alloys that make these devices work continue to puzzle scientists.
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Here, the authors demonstrate that even in cases of elemental segregation and chemical ordering, these alloys can still maintain enhanced properties.
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Attempting to develop a novel type of permanent magnet, a team of researchers has discovered a new class of magnetic materials based on Mn-Ga alloys.
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Now, the class of materials that can be switched by all-optical means is shown to extend beyond alloys consisting of rare earths and transition metals.
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Now, new research demonstrates that nanometer-scale alloys possess the ability to emit light so bright they could have potential applications in medicine.
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Here, the authors report that bimetallic alloys are active and stable catalysts for this reaction, and attribute this to geometric and electronic effects.
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Metallic glasses (MG) have higher yield strengths than crystalline alloys but at the same time are very brittle, which has hampered practical applications.
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Bourque Industries Inc., a U.S. firm developing carbon metal alloys from its patented process, has struck a stock purchase agreement to fund further growth.
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But with increasing aluminium content a problem is encountered: brittle intermetallic compounds can form in the resulting alloys, leading to poor ductility.
(Nature, )

The specific tensile strength and ductility of the developed steel improve on those of the lightest and strongest metallic materials known, titanium alloys.
(Nature, )

The company produces jet engine parts, largely from nickel-based alloys and titanium, and can trace its roots back to Sheffield's 19th-century steel industry.
(Daily Mail - Money, )

The beneficial effects of a new technique that extends the useful life of stainless steels, aluminum alloys and titanium has been demonstrated by researchers.
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Nanocrystalline alloys have excellent low-temperature mechanical strength but poor high-temperature resistance to creep — deformation due to continuous stress.
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Recently discovered Fe-based high magnetostriction alloys with special thermal history are identified as the first members of this newly discovered magnetic class.
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New research shows how inkjet-printing technology can be used to mass-produce electronic circuits made of liquid-metal alloys for 'soft robots' and flexible electronics.
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What may be more important, however, is that the alloys -- which contain cerium -- have the potential to jump-start the United States' production of rare earth elements.
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Here, the authors report an adaptive design strategy, using inference and global optimization methods, which can find shape memory alloys with very low thermal hysteresis.
(Nature Communications, )

Aluminum maker Alcoa swung to second-quarter profit, helped by past cost cutting in its commodity business and gains in alloys supplied to aerospace, car and truck customers.
(The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business, )

Here we present a metastability-engineering strategy in which we design nanostructured, bulk high-entropy alloys with multiple compositionally equivalent high-entropy phases.
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Researchers have developed a new theoretical model that will speed the development of new nanomaterial alloys that retain their advantageous properties at elevated temperatures.
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Researchers have found a convenient way to make layered iron-platinum alloys and tailor their properties, a promising material for a potential new generation of data storage media.
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As scientists move toward nanotechnology, however, the focus has shifted toward creating alloys at the nanometer scale -- producing materials with properties unlike their predecessors.
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Here, the authors examine a medium-entropy alloy, CrCoNi, which displays strength-toughness properties exceeding those of high-entropy alloys and resulting from steady strain hardening.
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Researchers use brute force supercomputing to identify dozens of platinum-group alloys that were previously unknown to science but could prove beneficial in a wide range of applications.
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Here, the authors show that chemical disorder in single-phase concentrated solid solution alloys can lead to reduction in electron mean free path and electrical and thermal conductivity.
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This combines the best of two worlds: extensive hardening due to the decreased phase stability known from advanced steels and massive solid-solution strengthening of high-entropy alloys.
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Having proved that ultrasound degassing of molten aluminum alloys is cleaner, greener and cheaper than current methods, a team of scientists has now taken the breakthrough a step further.
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Here, the authors employ a multitarget carousel oblique angle deposition strategy to synthesize metallic glass nanoarchitectures, and demonstrate applicability to a range of glass-forming alloys.
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Here, the authors employ grain boundary engineering to overcome this problem by introducing amorphous intergranular films, which enables superior mechanical properties in copper-zirconium alloys.
(Nature Communications, )

Here, the authors present a solution to the problem of predicting the properties of the huge number of potential alloys by developing an efficient screening approach based on automated calculations.
(Nature Communications, )

Here, the authors report a series of ball-milled sodium alloys and enriched insertion electrodes, which act as sodium reservoirs compensating for sodium loss during solid electrolyte interface formation.
(Nature Communications, )

Precursory work on this family of immiscible alloys has previously highlighted their thermo-mechanical stability and strength, which has motivated their study under more extreme conditions, such as creep.
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A new study finds that novel light-weight composite metal foams are significantly more effective at insulating against high heat than the conventional base metals and alloys that they're made of, such as steel.
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However, these alloys are complex, often containing five or six different elements, including expensive noble metals like gold or palladium and scientists have no clue which combinations of elements will form them.
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Here, the authors measure bulk and grain-level deformation in semi-solid alloys in three dimensions using X-ray tomography, exploring shear-induced dilation between 6493% solid and finding hints of a critical state.
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Signature Group agreed to buy aluminum-recycling business Global Recycling and Specification Alloys from Aleris Corp. for $525 million, aiming to take advantage of an expected increase in aluminum demand from auto makers.
(The Wall Street Journal - U.S. Business, )

The researchers found that quantum wells, 2-D nanostructures formed of several layers of semi-conductor alloys placed on top of each other like a sandwich, can enhance light emission in a technological challenging spectral range.
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Bulk metallic glasses are metallic alloys whose neatly ordered atomic structure can be altered into an amorphous, non-crystalline structure -- giving metal the malleability of plastic, while maintaining its durability and conductivity.
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Here we show that nanocrystalline copper–tantalum alloys possess an unprecedented combination of properties: high strength combined with extremely high-temperature creep resistance, while maintaining mechanical and thermal stability.
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In the cooling Earth’s core, the thermal conductivity of iron alloys defines the adiabatic heat flux and therefore the thermal and compositional energy available to support the production of Earth’s magnetic field via dynamo action.
(Nature, )

Our processing approach should enable the development of microstructurally stable structural alloys with high strength and creep resistance for various high-temperature applications, including in the aerospace, naval, civilian infrastructure and energy sectors.
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The NJM paradigm provides consistent interpretations of seemingly confounding properties of Fe-based alloys, offers recipes to develop new highly magnetostrictive materials, and permits simultaneously large actuation in longitudinal and transverse directions without the need for stacked composites.
(Nature, )

Scientists in Japan have discovered an organic crystal that can regain its structure after being deformed — the first known organic superelastic material.Until now, superelastic materials, which change their crystal structure when mechanically stressed, were made only of metallic alloys and ceramics.
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Discoveries about the causes of stress-corrosion cracking in metal alloys could help prevent failure of critical infrastructure systems such as pipelines that transport water, fossil fuels and natural gas, as well as operating systems for nuclear power generation facilities and the framework of aircraft.
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