Alloy design with the aid of molecular orbital method
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A molecular orbital approach to alloy design has recently made great progress. This is applicable not only to structural alloys, but also to functional alloys. In this paper we have focussed on two materials as examples: high Cr ferritic steels and hydrogen storage alloys.
KeywordsAlloy design molecular orbital method
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