Schematic configurations of six typical basic clusters with bondings and labels of atoms in metallic glass at 323 K.
Evolutions of total RDF during the liquid quenching processes of alloy.
Temperature dependence of the average atomic volume.
Comparison of for metallic glass at 323 K between the simulation and experimental results. Experimental points are taken from Ref. 29.
Evolutions of partial RDF’s during the rapid quenching processes of alloy.
Evolutions of relative number of various bond-types during the rapid quenching processes of alloy.
(a) Schematic configurations of the VS, ES, FS, and IS cluster bond-types between two icosahedra in metallic glass. (The gray spheres are central atoms of icosahedra, the cyan spheres are the sharing atoms of two icosahedra. (b) Evolutions of the numbers of VS, ES, FS, and IS bonds and the isolated icosaheron in system with temperature during the rapid quenching processes.
Size distributions of the extended icosahedral clusters in metallic glass (323 K).
Schematic configurations of the magic clusters in Fig. 8 with bondings and labels of atoms. Each is labeled with the cluster size at the top; the schematic configurations of central atoms are at bottom right corner of each figure. The black spheres are the central atoms, and the white spheres are theirs surface atoms.
CNs and the Spaepen–Cargill SRO parameter for the alloy.
Numbers of various types of basic clusters in metallic glass (323 K).
Comparisons for the numbers of five typical cluster-types in metallic glass (323 K) and their energies.
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