Selected Papers:  D. M. Minic, D. M. Minic, T. Žak, P. Roupcova, B. David, Structural Transformations of Fe81B13Si4C2 Amorphous Alloy Induced by Heating, J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 323 (2011) 400-404 PDF   D. M. Minic, D. G. Minic, A. Maricic, Stability and crystallization of Fe81B13Si4C2 amorphous alloy, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 355 (2009) 2503-2507 PDF   D. M. Minic, A. Maricic, Phase transformations and electrical and magnetic properties of Fe73.5Cu1Nb3Si15.5B7 amorphous alloy, Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials 12(2) (2010) 233-238 PDF   D. M. Minic, A. M. Maricic, R. Z. Dimitrijevic, M. M. Ristic, Structural changes of Co70Fe5Si10B15 amorphous alloy induced during heating, J. Alloys. Compd. 430 (2007) 241-245 PDF   A. Gavrilovic, D. M. Minic, L. D. Rafailovic, P. Angerer, J. Wosik, A. Maricic, D. M. Minic, Phase transformations in Fe73.5Cu1Nb3Si15.5B7 amorphous alloy upon thermal treatment, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 504 (2010) 462-467 PDF   A. Gavrilovic, L. D. Rafailovic, D.M. Minic, J. Wosik, P. Angerer, D. M. Minic, Influence of thermal treatment on structure development and mechanical properties of amorphous Fe73.5Cu1Nb3Si15.5B7 ribbon, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 509S(2011) S119-S122 PDF   D.M. Minic, A. Gavrilovic, P. Angerer, D.G. Minic, A. Maricic, Structural transformations of Fe75Ni2Si8B13C2 amorphous alloy induced by thermal treatment, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 476 (2009) 705-709 PDF   D. M. Minic, A. M. Maricic, B. Adnadevic, Crystallization of alpha-Fe phase in amorphous Fe81B13Si4C2 alloy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 473 (2009) 363-367 PDF   D.M. Minic, A. Gavrilovic, P. Angerer, D.G. Minic, A. Maricic, Thermal stability and crystallization of Fe89.8Ni1.5Si5.2B3C0.5 amorphous alloy, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 482 (2009) 502-507 PDF   D. M. Minic, V. Blagojevic, D. G. Minic, A. Gavrilovic, L. Rafailovic, Influence of thermally induced structural transformations on hardness in Fe89.8Ni1.5Si5.2B3C0.5 amorphous alloy, J. Alloys. Compd. 509 (2011) 8350-8355 PDF   N. Obradovic, M. Mitric, M. V. Nikolic, D. M. Minic, N. Mitrovic, M. M. Ristic, Influence of MgO addition on the synthesis and electrical properties of sintered zinc–titanate ceramics, Journal of Alloys and Compounds 471 (2009) 272-277 PDF A. Kalezic-Glišovic, L. Novakovic, A. Maricic, D. Minic and N. Mitrovic, Correlation Between Processes of Structural Relaxation and Crystallization and Magnetic Susceptibility Relative Change of the Fe89.8Ni1.5Si5.2B3C0.5 Amorphous Alloy, Materials Science and Engineering B, 131 (1-3) (2006) 45-48 PDF   D. M. Minic, A. M. Maricic, Influence of heating on electric and magnetic properties of Fe75Ni2B13Si8C2 amorphous alloy, Mat. Sci. Eng. B 172 (2010) 127-131 PDF   D. M. Minic, M. Plazinic, J. Živanic, A. M. Maricic, Influence of Structural Transformations on Electric and Magnetic Properties of Fe81B13Si4C2 Amorphous Alloy, Science of Sintering 42 (2010) 61-68, PDF   D. G. Minic, V. A. Blagojevic, Lj. E. Mihajlovic, V. R. Cosovic, D. M. Minic, Kinetics and mechanism of structural transformations of Fe75Ni2Si8B13C2 amorphous alloy induced by thermal treatment, Thermochim. Acta, 519(2011) 83-89 PDF   D. M. Minic, B. Adnadevic, Mechanism and kinetics of crystallization of alpha-Fe in amorphous Fe81B13Si4C2 alloy, Thermich. Acta 474 (2008) 41-46 PDF Structural transformations in amorphous alloys Amorphous alloys have been a focus of considerable scientific interest in recent times. Their main features are homogenous and isotropic structure and isotropic properties. Their good soft magnetic properties are mainly determined by magneto-elastic and annealing- induced anisotropies, and they are also characterized by high corrosion resistance and good mechanical properties, making them suitable for use in a variety of applications. A broad multidiciplinary study of amorphous alloys allows us to investigate the dependence of their functional properties on heat-induced changes microstructure. Cross-section of annealed iron-based amorphous alloy in SEM TEM image and Electron diffraction of an iron-based amorphous alloy sample SEM image and chemical mapping of an iron-nickel amorphous alloy Analysis of thermally induced crystallization of amorphous alloys Thermal analysis represents a very powerful tool for characterization of crystallization processes in amorphous alloys. Using pak deconvolution, complex crystallization processes are broken down into individual steps which can be assigned to formation of individual phases. Application of Matusita’s equation allows us to determine the dimensionality of crystal growth of individual phases (shown in te image below). Finally, determination of the complete kinetic triplet allows reconstruction of the crystallization process.