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Characterizations of the Mg-based metallic glass/titanium IPC. (a): SEM images of the IPC, with the inserted XRD pattern. (b): HRTEM image of the Mg-based metallic glass/titanium IPC showing the interface between the two phases, with corresponding diffraction patterns shown in the insets.
Compressive stress-strain curves of the Mg-based metallic glass/titanium interpenetrating phase composite (IPC), monolithic glass and porous titanium. The inset shows the macroscopic appearances of the four Mg-based metallic glass/Titanium IPC specimens compressed to the preset engineering strains of 4%, 14%, 24%, and 31% and designated as A, B, C, and D, respectively.
SEM images showing the prepolished profiles of four Mg-based metallic glass/Titanium interpenetrate phase composite specimens which represented for different compressive stages. (a) Specimen A. The inset shows no shear bands intersection occurred. (b) Specimen B. The inset shows shear band switched its direction. (c) Specimen C. The inset shows microcrack in the titanium. (d) Specimen D. The inset shows two parallel short cracks.
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