We present a temperature investigation of the structural and dynamical evolution of rapidly quenched metallic glasses of Mg65Cu25Y10 at the atomic length scale by means of in situ high energy x-ray diffraction and time resolved x-ray photon correlation spectroscopy. We find a flattening of the temperature evolution of the position of the first sharp diffraction peak on approaching the glass transition temperature from the glassy state, which reflects into a surprising slowing down of the relaxation ynamics
of even one order of magnitude with increasing temperature. The comparison between structural and dynamical properties strengthens the idea of a stress-induced, rather than pure diffusive, atomic motion in metallic glasses
CitationRuta, B. [et al.]. Structural and dynamical properties of Mg65Cu25Y10 metallic glasses studied by in situ high energy X-ray diffraction and time resolved xray photon correlation spectroscopy. "Journal of alloys and compounds", 05 Desembre 2014, vol. 615, núm. 1, p. S45-S50.
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