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The Stabilization of Face-Centered-Cubic Titanium

  • Alan F. Jankowski (a1) and Mark A. Wall (a1)


The artificial layering of metals can change both physical and structural characteristics from the bulk. The stabilization of such phases often occurs when the component layers are constructed on a nanometric scale. The sequential layering of nickel and titanium has produced the formation of a previously unreported, face-centered-cubic (f.c.c.) phase of titanium.



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