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Exciting News: Our Latest Paper Accepted in ACS Omega! 🎉 

I'm thrilled to share that our paper titled "Optimization of Laser-Wavelength Dependence for Open-air Atmospheric Pressure Pulsed Laser Deposition of AlCrFeMnTi High-Entropy Alloy for Tailored Surface Properties" has been accepted in ACS Omega!

In this study, we delve into the fascinating world of high-entropy alloys and explore a novel approach to synthesizing lightweight HEA using pulsed laser deposition.

Stay tuned for more insights and updates on our research journey! #Science #Research #MaterialsScience

Check out the abstract: High-entropy alloys (HEAs) have garnered significant attention in different fields due to their exceptional mechanical and physical properties, making them promising candidates for various applications. Several techniques including physical vapor deposition (PVD) and pulsed laser deposition (PLD) have been employed for the fabrication of HEA thin films. In this study, we explore a novel approach to synthesizing the lightweight HEA (LWHEA) AlCrFeMnTi using PLD in air at atmospheric pressure with a particular focus on the influence of laser wavelength on the deposition process and resulting alloy characteristics. The research investigates the impact of different laser wavelengths on the LWHEA Characterization and Optimization of Laser wavelength-dependent in air at atmospheric Pressure PLD of LWHEA AlCrFeMnTi for Tailored Surface Properties phase composition, microstructure, and corrosion resistance. Systematically varying the laser wavelength was attempted to optimize the deposition conditions. This was aimed at achieving enhanced properties and precise control over the alloy's composition. This work contributes to a deeper understanding of the open air PLD process for LWHEAs and sheds light on the role of laser wavelength in tailoring their properties, which can have significant implications for the development of advanced materials for aerospace, automotive, and other high-performance applications. Ultimately, this research aims to provide valuable insights into the design and fabrication of LWHEAs with tailored properties through laser-based deposition techniques.