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Determination of critical cooling rates in metallic glass forming alloy libraries through laser spike annealing

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Determination of critical cooling rates in metallic glass forming alloy libraries through laser spike annealing
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Bordeenithikasem
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Punnathat
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Yale University
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author
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Liu
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Jingbei
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Yale University
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author
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Kube
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Sebastian A.
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Yale University
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author
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Li
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Yanglin
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Yale University
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author
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Ma
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Tianxing
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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Scanley
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B. Ellen
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Southern Connecticut State University
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author
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Broadbridge
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Christine C.
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Southern Connecticut State University
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author
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Vlassak
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Joost J.
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Harvard University
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Singer
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Jonathan P.
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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author
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Schroers
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Jan
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Yale University
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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School of Engineering
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Article, Refereed
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Peer reviewed
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2017
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English
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9 p.
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2017
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Scientific Reports
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7155
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7
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-07719-2
Abstract (type = abstract)
The glass forming ability (GFA) of metallic glasses (MGs) is quantified by the critical cooling rate (R<sub>C</sub>). Despite its key role in MG research, experimental challenges have limited measured R<sub>C</sub> to a minute fraction of known glass formers. We present a combinatorial approach to directly measure R<sub>C</sub> for large compositional ranges. This is realized through the use of compositionally-graded alloy libraries, which were photo-thermally heated by scanning laser spike annealing of an absorbing layer, then melted and cooled at various rates. Coupled with X-ray diffraction mapping, GFA is determined from direct R<sub>C</sub> measurements. We exemplify this technique for the Au-Cu-Si system, where we identify Au<sub>56</sub>Cu<sub>27</sub>Si<sub>17</sub> as the alloy with the highest GFA. In general, this method enables measurements of R<sub>C</sub> over large compositional areas, which is powerful for materials discovery and, when correlating with chemistry and other properties, for a deeper understanding of MG formation.
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Characterization and analytical techniques
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Design, synthesis and processing
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Glasses
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Metals and alloys
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Singer, Jonathan P.
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rucore30172700001
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doi:10.7282/T3930X5B
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