Secondary relaxation in metallic glasses: A key to glassy materials and glassy physics

Focusing on metallic glasses as model systems, scientists in China and Germany review the features and mechanisms of the β-relaxations, which are intrinsic and universal to supercooled liquids and glasses. In a new study, they explore many crucial unresolved issues in glassy physics and materials science, including glass transition phenomena and mechanical properties, along with the crystallization and stability of glasses. These scientists also preview the design of new glassy materials with extraordinary properties. —> Read More Here


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