Paper Title:
Crystal Orientation in High Magnetic Field
  Abstract

A new technology relating to crystal orientation and structure alignment has emerged by the development of superconducting technologies. Now, a high magnetic field covering a rather large space is available even in small-scale laboratories. Under this circumstance it has been found that the crystal orientation in materials can be controlled by imposition of the high magnetic field. This principle due to a magnetization force can be applied not only to magnetic materials but also to non-magnetic materials with asymmetric unit cells. In this paper, three novel processes for the crystal orientation of ceramics and metals are described.

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Yukichi Umakoshi and Shinji Fujimoto
Pages
269-280
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.512.269
Citation
C. Y. Wu, S. Q. Li, Y. Murakami, K. Sassa, S. Asai, "Crystal Orientation in High Magnetic Field", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 512, pp. 269-280, 2006
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April 2006
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