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Matthew A Willard
Matthew A Willard
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering - Case Western Reserve University
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Magnetic materials and devices for the 21st century: stronger, lighter, and more energy efficient
O Gutfleisch, MA Willard, E Brück, CH Chen, SG Sankar, JP Liu
Advanced Materials 23 (7), 821-842, 2011
26352011
Amorphous and nanocrystalline materials for applications as soft magnets
ME McHenry, MA Willard, DE Laughlin
Progress in Materials Science 44 (4), 291-433, 1999
18731999
Encyclopedia of nanoscience and nanotechnology
HS Nalwa
American scientific publishers 1, 499-516, 2004
16622004
Chemically prepared magnetic nanoparticles
MA Willard, LK Kurihara, EE Carpenter, S Calvin, VG Harris
International Materials Reviews 49 (3-4), 3-4, 2004
6992004
Structure and magnetic properties of (FeCo) ZrBCu nanocrystalline alloys
MA Willard, DE Laughlin, ME McHenry, D Thoma, K Sickafus, JO Cross, ...
Journal of applied physics 84, 6773, 1998
5641998
Presence of antisite disorder and its characterization in the predicted half-metal Co2MnSi
MP Raphael, B Ravel, Q Huang, MA Willard, SF Cheng, BN Das, ...
Physical Review B 66 (10), 104429, 2002
2552002
Magnetic properties of HITPERM (Fe, Co) 88 Zr 7 B 4 Cu 1 magnets
MA Willard, MQ Huang, DE Laughlin, ME McHenry, JO Cross, VG Harris, ...
Journal of applied physics 85 (8), 4421-4423, 1999
2131999
Magnetic, structural, and transport properties of thin film and single crystal Co2MnSi
MP Raphael, B Ravel, MA Willard, SF Cheng, BN Das, RM Stroud, ...
Applied Physics Letters 79 (26), 4396-4398, 2001
1472001
Optimization of the refrigerant capacity in multiphase magnetocaloric materials
R Caballero-Flores, V Franco, A Conde, KE Knipling, MA Willard
Applied Physics Letters 98 (10), 102505-102505-3, 2011
1312011
Influence of Co and Ni addition on the magnetocaloric effect in FeCoNiZrBCu soft magnetic amorphous alloys
R Caballero-Flores, V Franco, A Conde, KE Knipling, MA Willard
Applied Physics Letters 96, 182506, 2010
1262010
High coercivity cobalt carbide nanoparticles processed via polyol reaction: a new permanent magnet material
VG Harris, Y Chen, A Yang, S Yoon, Z Chen, AL Geiler, J Gao, ...
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 43 (16), 165003, 2010
1242010
Microstructural characterization of (Fe0.5Co0.5)88Zr7B4Cu1 nanocrystalline alloys
DH Ping, YQ Wu, K Hono, MA Willard, ME McHenry, DE Laughlin
Scripta materialia 45 (7), 781-786, 2001
1212001
Magnetic properties of ordered and disordered spinel‐phase ferrimagnets
MA Willard, Y Nakamura, DE Laughlin, ME McHenry
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 82 (12), 3342-3346, 1999
1031999
Recent advances in the development of (Fe, Co) 88M7B4Cu1 magnets
MA Willard, DE Laughlin, ME McHenry
Journal of Applied Physics 87 (9), 7091-7096, 2000
1022000
Amorphous/Nanocrystalline Alloys-Distributed exchange interactions and temperature dependent magnetization in amorphous Fe88-xCoxZr7B4Cu1 alloys
KA Gallagher, MA Willard, VN Zabenkin, DE Laughlin, ME McHenry
Journal of Applied Physics 85 (8), 5130-5132, 1999
93*1999
Nanocrystalline soft magnetic alloys two decades of progress
MA Willard, M Daniil
Handbook of Magnetic Materials 21, 173-342, 2013
892013
Enhancement of the magnetocaloric effect in composites: Experimental validation
SC Paticopoulos, R Caballero-Flores, V Franco, JS Blazquez, A Conde, ...
Solid state communications 152 (16), 1590-1594, 2012
692012
Experimental observations and nucleation and growth theory of polyhedral magnetic ferrite nanoparticles synthesized using an RF plasma torch
R Swaminathan, MA Willard, ME McHenry
Acta materialia 54 (3), 807-816, 2006
622006
Fe-based nanocrystalline soft magnetic alloys for high-temperature applications
KE Knipling, M Daniil, MA Willard
Applied Physics Letters 95 (22), 222516-222516-3, 2009
582009
Magnetocaloric effect and critical exponents of Fe77Co5. 5Ni5. 5Zr7B4Cu1: A detailed study
V Franco, R Caballero-Flores, A Conde, KE Knipling, MA Willard
Journal of Applied Physics 109, 07A905, 2011
562011
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