NewsEngineering a multi-element atomic arrangement

1st February 2022by admin0
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For the first time, a research group at the University
of Maryland (UMD) has demonstrated the single phase nanoscale
multi-principal element intermetallics (MPEIs) with up to eight
metals—completely devoid of particle growth, or phase
separation—via a novel multi-element disorder-to-order strategy.
This approach demonstrates a general strategy for synthesizing MPEI
nanoparticles, not only providing a step toward octonary
intermetallics, but also enabling the synthesis of MPEIs at the
nanoscale.

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