1. Engineers develop 'chameleon metals' that change surfaces in response to heat  Phys.org
  2. ‘Chameleon Metals’ Engineered to Change Surface Structure in Response to Heat  SciTechDaily
  3. Engineers develop 'chameleon metals' that change surfaces in response to heat  Nanowerk
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Just like a chameleon changes its skin color in response to its environment, engineers have found a way for liquid metal—and potentially solid metal—to change its surface structure in response to ...

Engineers develop 'chameleon metals' that change surfaces in response to heat

Just like a chameleon changes its skin color in response to its environment, engineers have found a way for liquid metal – and potentially solid metal – to change its surface structure in response to heat. Treating particles of liquid metal alloys with heat causes them to roughen their surfaces w

‘Chameleon Metals’ Engineered to Change Surface Structure in Response to Heat

‘Chameleon Metals’ Engineered to Change Surface Structure in Response to Heat

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