New metal can change shape

10/8/2013 | BBC

Scientists at the University of Minnesota have found shape-shifting metal crystals known as martensite. The crystals have two different atom arrangements that allow them to continually change their shape without degrading when heated and cooled, according to a report in the journal Nature. The metals can be used in space vehicles and jets, as well as other applications.

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