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Manipulation of matter by electric and magnetic fields: Toward novel synthesis and processing routes of inorganic materials

 
: Guillon, O.; Elsässer, C.; Gutfleisch, O.; Janek, J.; Korte-Kerzel, S.; Raabe, D.; Volkert, C.A.

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Materials today 21 (2018), No.5, pp.527-536
ISSN: 1369-7021
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG
SPP 1959/1
Manipulation of matter controlled by electric and magnetic fields: Toward novel synthesis and processing routes of inorganic materials
English
Journal Article
Fraunhofer IWM ()
inorganic material; electric field; magnetic field

Abstract
The use of external electric and magnetic fields for the synthesis and processing of inorganic materials such as metals and ceramics has seen renewed interest in recent years. Electromagnetic energy can be utilized in different ways to improve or accelerate phase formation and stabilization, chemical ordering, densification and coarsening of particle-based materials (pore elimination and grain growth), and mechanical deformation (plasticity and creep). In these new synthesis and processing routes, the resulting microstructures and macroscopic material behavior are determined by the interaction of the applied fields with defects such as single or clustered point defects, dislocation networks, and interfaces. Multiscale experimental investigations and modeling are necessary to unveil the mechanisms underlying this field-assisted manipulation of matter.

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