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Determining nanoscale physical properties of materials by microscopy and spectroscopy

symposium held November 29-December 3, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

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Published by Materials Research Society in Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nanostructures -- Analysis -- Congresses.,
  • Microscopy -- Technique -- Congresses.,
  • Spectrum analysis -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementeditors, Mehmet Sarikaya, H. Kumar Wickramasinghe, Michael Isaacson.
    SeriesMaterials Research Society symposium proceedings,, v. 332, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings ;, v. 332.
    ContributionsSarikaya, Mehmet., Wickramasinghe, H. Kumar., Isaacson, Michael
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC176.8.N35 D48 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 622 p. :
    Number of Pages622
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1098537M
    ISBN 101558992316
    LC Control Number94023255

    This book is about solders and their composition and focuses on material characterizations and the methods used to make alloys and determine their structures, physical properties and applications. Physical properties and the factors that control them and theoretical verification are the main contents of this book. My research emphasizes two main areas: i) the application of in-situ high-resolution and analytical transmission electron microscope techniques to study mechanisms of phase transformations and the structure and properties of interphase boundaries at the atomic level, and ii) the use of valence electron energy-loss spectroscopy (plasmons) to understand and determine the physical properties of.

    The development of atomic force microscopy (AFM) has lead to significant. advancements in the ability to characterize physical properties of materials in all areas of. science: chemistry, physics, engineering, and biology have made great scientific strides. do to the versatility of the : Lindsay Rachel Ditzler.   Emerging complex functional materials often have atomic order limited to the nanoscale. Examples include nanoparticles, species encapsulated in mesoporous hosts, and bulk crystals with intrinsic nanoscale order. The powerful methods that we have for solving the atomic structure of bulk crystals fail for such materials. Currently, no broadly applicable, quantitative, and robust methods Cited by:

      Vibrational modes affect fundamental physical properties such as the conduction of sound and heat and can be sensitive to nano- and atomic-scale structure. Probing the momentum transfer dependence of vibrational modes provides a wealth of information about a materials system; however, experimental work has been limited to essentially bulk and averaged surface approaches or Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {Soft-x-ray spectroscopy study of nanoscale materials}, author = {Guo, J -H}, abstractNote = {The ability to control the particle size and morphology of nanoparticles is of crucial importance nowadays both from a fundamental and industrial point of view considering the tremendous amount of high-tech applications.


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