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High-Entropy Alloys & Materials publishes original, peer-reviewed papers on metallic, ceramic, polymeric, organic and semiconducting high-entropy materials and medium-entropy materials that are either single-phase or multi-phase. The journal covers all properties of high-entropy materials including physical (thermal expansion, heat capacity, conductivity), mechanical (quasi-static, creep, fatigue), functional (magnetic, semiconducting, optical, catalytic, antibacterial) and both corrosion and oxidation behavior. Papers combining properties with analytical or computational modeling (first principles density functional theory, molecular dynamics, CALPHAD, Monte Carlo simulations, phase field modeling) and advanced microstructural characterization are published. Papers on the thermodynamics, transformation kinetics and diffusion behavior of high-entropy materials are welcome. Papers on practical applications of high-entropy materials are particularly encouraged, as are papers on structure/property relationships and accelerated design. Practical uses of high entropy materials of interest include: high temperature applications such as for power plants, gas turbine blades, and concentrated solar power; permanent magnets and soft magnets for motors and transformers; thermoelectric materials, biomaterials for prostheses, corrosion-resistant materials, cryogenic materials, and optically-absorbent materials. Papers on sustainability, recyclability and the use of net-shape processing are of particular interest.
            The journal is a forum for scientists and engineers who are interested in high-entropy materials, medium-entropy materials and related composites. The journal publishes original, full-length, peer-reviewed papers; review papers (by invitation); and short technical communications
Single focus on high-entropy and medium-entropy materials.
Rapid publication of short communications
Brings together researchers working on metals, ceramics and semiconductors.
Brings together researchers working on structural and functional materials.
Opens up the full field of multi-component and high-entropy alloys to materials and component designers and engineers.
Lends insight into the complexities of multiple atomic interactions (electronic, chemical, mechanical, magnetic) in multi-component materials

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  • Ian Baker,
  • Jien-Wei Yeh,
  • Brian Cantor
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