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Structure Characterization of Solid-State Amorphized Materials by X-Ray and Neutron Diffraction

  • K. Suzuki
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Part of the Springer Series in Materials Science book series (SSMATERIALS, volume 27)

Abstract

Amorphous solids have attracted strong attention in modern materials science for the following two reasons: The first is due to a wide range of utilization of amorphous solids as engineering materials of metals, ceramics, and organic polymers in high-tech fields. The other is a fundamental point of view approach to materials physics and chemistry as opposed to that of the perfect crystal. The properties of amorphous solids are essentially structure sensitive, since the amorphous solid remains in the non-equilibrium state and has a great degree of freedom in the atomic motion and configuration.

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Mechanical Alloy Amorphous Alloy Milling Time Mechanical Alloy Process Partial Structure Factor 
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