Crystal–Glass High‐Entropy Nanocomposites with Near Theoretical Compressive Strength and Large Deformability

Volume: 32, Issue: 34
Published: Jul 19, 2020
Abstract
High-entropy alloys (HEAs) and metallic glasses (MGs) are two material classes based on the massive mixing of multiple-principal elements. HEAs are single or multiphase crystalline solid solutions with high ductility. MGs with amorphous structure have superior strength but usually poor ductility. Here, the stacking fault energy in the high-entropy nanotwinned crystalline phase and the glass-forming-ability in the MG phase of the same material...
Paper Details
Title
Crystal–Glass High‐Entropy Nanocomposites with Near Theoretical Compressive Strength and Large Deformability
Published Date
Jul 19, 2020
Volume
32
Issue
34
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