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3 Amorphous metal alloys Metal alloys or metallic glasses were first discovered in 1960 where Klement Willens and Duwes [67] reported the synthesis of amorphous metals by rapidly quenching (106 K) an Au-Si alloy from ~1300 °C to room temperature. To reduce the cooling rate and the material costs new alloys were developed. In 1995 the first iron based bulk metallic glasses was invented. One of the crucial aspects to design new amorphous alloys is that the difference in atomic size must be greater than 12 % [50].

Niu, Y. (2006). Criteria for the formation of protective Al2O3 scales on Fe-Al and Fe-Cr-Al alloys. Corros. , 48, 741. 2 Review – Metallic Bipolar Plates and Their Usage in Energy Conversion Systems Justin Richards and Kerstin Schmidt Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Project Group Sustainable Mobility, Wolfsburg, Germany 1. ” [48] Unlike batteries the active material for fuel cells is externally stored which allows capacity and power to be scaled independently. 1 History The first primary battery was invented by Alessandro Volta in 1800, the “Volta Pile” [70].

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