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A review of the new approach to the understanding of the structural relaxation of metallic glasses based on the Interstitialcy theory has been presented. The key hypothesis of this theory proposed by Granato consists of the statement that the thermodynamic properties of crystalline, liquid and glassy states are closely related to the interstitial defects in the dumbbell (split) configuration, called also interstitialcies. It has been argued that structural relaxation of metallic glasses takesdoi:10.3390/met5020504 fatcat:aab4nwmhrrerfbptqjjiccszju