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An alternative metal alloy for magnetic refrigeration?

A new metal alloy which does not use rare-earth elements could lead to commercially viable magnetic refrigeration systems.
A new metal alloy which does not use rare-earth elements could lead to commercially viable magnetic refrigeration systems.

Researchers at the Rochester Institute of Technology have studied a promising new metal alloy that could be used as a magnetocaloric material for magnetic cooling. Thi...

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