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As a part of Materials Synthesis and Simulation Across Scales Initiative(MS3 initiative, a number of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory material scientists in collaboration with researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and National Energy Technology Laboratory are focusing on synthesizing advanced magnetic materials and understanding the nanostructure of such magnetic materials to the highest spatial resolution. They are also trying to come up with structure-property relationships to this important class of materials. This work will impact the research and development of new magnetic materials which are critical for transmission of electric power with high efficiency. Engineering advanced magnetic materials capable of performing with minimum losses is of paramount importance for efficient transmission of electrical energy. This image is an atom probe tomography result of an annealed amorphous soft magnetic material with less than 3nm sized Cu nanoclusters along with a boron segregated regions and Cobalt, all distributed at nanoscale, which results in excellent magnetic properties

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Document Title: Future Magnets
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