New Materials Request

When predicting new Heuslers it is useful to consider what is already known. The periodic table above illustrates the areas of the periodic table where the constituent elements X,Y and Z are found in the known Heuslers.

[1] P. J. Webster and K. R. A. Ziebeck, "Heusler Alloys," in Landolt-B_rnstein New Series Group III, Vol. 19C, H. R. J. Wijn (Ed.) (Springer, Berlin, 1988) p. 75.

[2] Peter C. K. Vesborg and Thomas F. Jaramillo "Addressing the terawatt challenge: scalability in the supply of chemical elements for renewable energy" RSC Adv.,2012, 2, 7933-7947

 

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Calculation will be performed over a range of c/a ratios, please select the range: rough standard fine

Redubmit the calaculation (only do this if you are sure the result is incorrect): No Yes




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