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Specially designed plate-impact experiments have been conducted on a Zr-based amorphous alloy using a single-stage light gas gun. To understand the microdamage nucleation process in the material, the samples are subjected to dynamic tensile loadings of identical amplitude ($ 3.18 GPa) but with different durations (83-201 ns). A cellular pattern with an equiaxed shape is observed on the spallation surface, which shows that spallation in the tested amorphous alloy is a typical ductile fracturedoi:10.1063/1.3663332 fatcat:enw6iftvvzddfonf5czx5ghcnu