Innovation in Materials Science II

Volume 521

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.521

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Authors: G.S. Reddy, Mallikarjuna N. Nadagouda, Jainagesh A. Sekhar

Abstract: Provided in this article are the quantitative and qualitative morphological results describing the action of several nanostructured surfaces...

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Authors: Masanori Suzuki, Toshihiro Tanaka

Abstract: Hydrothermal treatment has been conducted to create porous glass or ceramics as value-added materials for the recycling of slag and glass....

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Authors: Fei Yu, M. Bahner, Vikram K. Kuppa

Abstract: As a new material, graphene is considered to have great potential in photovoltaic applications, due to its superior physical and electronic...

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Authors: V.Y. Filimonov

Abstract: A new approach to the consideration of the thermal explosion macrokinetic features for monomolecular reactions in homogeneous systems based...

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Authors: Y.D. Bensah, H.P. Li, Jainagesh A. Sekhar

Abstract: The principle of maximum entropy generation rate principle is reviewed for its applicability in Materials Science. The principle of MEPR...

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Authors: Seval Genc, Bora Derin

Abstract: Magnetorheological (MR), Electrorheological (ER), and Ferrofluids are considered as a class of smart materials due to their novel behavior...

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Authors: Shyan Lung Chung, Chun Hung Lai

Abstract: Aluminum nitride has been acknowledged as an important industrial material because of its unique combination of high thermal conductivity...

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Authors: Woo Hyoung Lee, Woo Hyuck Choi, Xue Fei Guo, William R. Heineman, Paul L. Bishop

Abstract: Microelectrodes, needle-shaped biochemical microsensors fabricated from pulled glass micropipettes, are one of the most prominent, novel...

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Authors: Stephen J. Pearton, Wan Tae Lim, Erica Douglas, Hyun Cho, F. Ren

Abstract: There is increasing interest in use of conducting oxide materials in new forms of transparent, flexible or wearable electronics on cheap...

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