Recent Developments in Advanced Materials and Processes
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Materials science and engineering is a multidisciplinary area of research which encompasses the physics, chemistry and engineering of every class of material. In recent years, the field has attracted increasing attention, following the discovery of new types of material and their subsequent application in new technologies.
The present volume comprises 91 papers grouped into ten sections: I Nanostructured Materials; II Fine Particles; III Thin Films; IV Advanced Materials; V Electrochemical Materials; VI Solid State Phenomena; VII Polymers; VIII Spectroscopic Characterisation; IX Biomaterials and X Metals and Composites. This publication brings together recent theoretical and experimental results in the field of advanced materials and processes, and clearly demonstrates how the harmony between theory and experiment is contributing greatly to continuing rapid progress.
Researchers and students will find that this book provides an excellent overview of contemporary progress in this most fascinating scientific and technological field.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: In these proceedings from the September 2005 conference, international contributors of 91 papers describe their theoretical and experimental work in new materials and their applications, including nanostructured materials (including the optimization of semimagnetic semiconductor-based nanostructures for Spintronic applications), fine particles (including the application of ferric and ferrous ions to silica), thin films (including ion beam assisted deposition of TiN thin films on SI substrates), advanced materials (such as rare earth doped crystals and soft magnetic alloys), electrochemical materials (including microscopic studies of the GC/Poly-NiTMHPP/Nafion electrochemical nitric oxide sensor), solid state phenomena, polymers, spectroscopic characterizations, biomaterials, metals and composites. Other papers include the welcome address, which covers the ten-year history of the Yugoslav Materials Research Society.