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On Glass Forming Ability of Bulk Metallic Glasses by Relating the Internal Friction Peak Value
The internal friction (IF) behaviors of a series of LaCe-, Zr-, and La-based bulk metallic glasses (BMGs) were studied by a computer-controlled, conventional inverted torsion pendulum. The results indicate that with an increasing temperature, the IF also increases gradually in the supercooled liquid region, followed by a decrease caused by crystallization. BMGs with a good glass forming ability (GFA) usually possess a high IF peak value for an alloy system with the same constituent elements.doi:10.3390/met10060767 fatcat:zpvq7swbpfdprf2zhsvrdzwu2q