Friday, June 10, 2005


Metallic glass

This could be useful: an amorphous (i.e. non-crystaline) metal alloy with a glass transition temperature of only 68 C. It was developed by Wei Hua Wang of the Institute of Physics in Beijing. See here for details.

Interesting - conductive, relatively stable and resistant to oxidation.

The results are also available here as a free PDF, no registration required:

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Solid sugar?

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