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Amorphous Metal


Amorphous metal is a type of metal that does not have a crystalline structure. This makes it different from most metals, which do have a crystalline structure. The lack of a crystalline structure gives amorphous metal some unique properties. For example, it is much harder to break or bend than a metal with a crystalline structure. It is also more resistant to corrosion.

Some of the emerging trends in amorphous metal include the use of amorphous metal for 3D printing, the use of amorphous metal for energy storage, and the use of amorphous metal for biomedical applications.

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