Liang titanium-gold

Texas A&M researchers study next generation implanting materials with titanium-gold compound

Dr. Hong Liang, professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and affiliated faculty in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University, along with her graduate student, M. Fezvi Ozaydin, have been studying a titanium-gold compound that is four times stronger than titanium and most steel alloys.


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