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The nature of the atomic-level structure in the Cu-Zr binary metallic glasses
Sha Z.D.; Pan H.; Pei Q.X.; Zhang Y.W.
2012-07-01
Source PublicationIntermetallics
ISSN09669795
Volume26Pages:8-10
AbstractAb initio simulations on the basic clusters in the best glass formers of Cu-Zr metallic glasses (MGs) provide the most straightforward evidence that a gap in the density of states (DOSs) at the Fermi level is observed. We establish a direct connection between the electronic structure of the basic clusters in MGs and the glass-forming ability (GFA) of MGs, providing a new avenue to examine the GFA of MGs. And our findings provide a check for the atomic structural models of MGs, and have implications for understanding the formation and properties of MGs. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
KeywordB. Glasses, metallic E. Simulations, atomistic
DOI10.1016/j.intermet.2012.03.009
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
AffiliationA-Star, Institute of High Performance Computing
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Sha Z.D.,Pan H.,Pei Q.X.,et al. The nature of the atomic-level structure in the Cu-Zr binary metallic glasses[J]. Intermetallics,2012,26:8-10.
APA Sha Z.D.,Pan H.,Pei Q.X.,&Zhang Y.W..(2012).The nature of the atomic-level structure in the Cu-Zr binary metallic glasses.Intermetallics,26,8-10.
MLA Sha Z.D.,et al."The nature of the atomic-level structure in the Cu-Zr binary metallic glasses".Intermetallics 26(2012):8-10.
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