Several quantitative characteristics (yield strength, tensile
elongation, Young's modulus, Vickers hardness, fracture toughness,
etc.) for typical alloys are listed in the article "Amorphous Metal
Alloys Form Like Thermoplastics" which appeared on pages 61 to 63 of
the January 2006 issue of Advanced Materials and Processes magazine
(published by ASM International for members of that technical society).
That article is posted on the "Media Center" tab under the "In
the News" section of the www.liquidmetal.com web site.
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certainly is NOT the National Enquirer!). There is another article
from another materials technical society magazine (JOM) on their site
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