Materials Science Forum

ISSN: 1662-9752

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Edited by: Ph. Komninou and A. Rocher
Online since: January 1993
Description: The review and research papers presented in this volume may be subdivided into three aims:
(i) the investigation and modelling of interfacial structure (ii) efforts to correlate structure/property relationships and (iii) phenomenological descriptions of particular interfacial properties The conference focussed on four objectives: 1.Grain Boundaries Structure and Properties 2.Dynamical and Mechanical Properties 3.Heterophase Interfaces 4.Electrical Properties and Superconductors.

126-128

Edited by: K.-H. Anthony and H.-J. Wagner
Online since: January 1993
Description: The volume contains 70 papers presented as invited general lectures and research contributions at the 7th international symposium on Continuum Models of Discrete Systems.
The purpose of the interdisciplinary CMDS-symposia is to bring together scientists working on continuum theories of discrete mechanical and thermodynamical systems in the realm of physics, mathematics, theoretical and applied mechanics, material science, and engineering, and to join divergent languages, questions and methods developed in the respective disciplines.

123-125

Edited by: J. Przlyluski and S. Roth
Online since: January 1993
Description: The volume contains the proceedings of the Fourth Autumn School on Conducting Polymers, held September 1992 near Warswaw. The school focused on transport phenomena.

122

Edited by: L.B. Magalas and S. Gorczyca
Online since: January 1993
Description: The volume presents the proceedings of the 6th European Conference, as well as the International Symposia on High Temperature Superconductors and on Mechanical Spectroscopy.

119-121

Edited by: Tsunemasa Taguchi
Online since: January 1993
Description: The volume presents the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Shallow Impurities in Semiconductors, held in Kobe, Japan, August 1992.

117-118

Edited by: S. Pizzini
Online since: January 1993
Description: All physical properties of electronic ceramics are strongly influenced by microstructure induced disorder. The aim of the present book is to present examples of how defect engineering procedures can be used to solve some crucial issues in ceramic science.

116

Edited by: M. Fuentes and J. Gil Sevillano
Online since: January 1993
Description: The book emphasizes the importance of recrystallization and related processes in the development of advanced materials, such as metal-matrix composites, intermetallic and ceramic materials, and thin films. The volume focusses on the control of the microstructure during thermomechanical processing.

113-115

Edited by: O. Forsén
Online since: January 1992
Description: I. Application of Electrochemical Techniques to Various Corrosion Problems. II. Photoelectrochemistry and Electrochemical Noise. III. Studies of Organic and Inorganic Coatings. IV. Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy. V. Electrochemical Aspects of Localized Corrosion. VI. Novel and Combined Techniques for Corrosion Research. VIl. Corrosion of Steel in Concrete.

111-112

Edited by: Zs. Kajcsos and Cs. Szeles
Online since: January 1992
Description: The volumes present over 400 reviewed papers on the present state of the art and future prospects in the wide field of research involving positrons. The foreword by Edward Teller and the summaries by Jean-Charles Abbe (Chemistry) and Alfred Seeger (Physics) demonstrate how the field is seen from "outside" and from "inside".

105-110

Edited by: E.J. Mittemeijer
Online since: January 1992
Description: The book reports on new scientific and technological developments involving:
1.the substitution of phenomenological knowledge by fundamental insight on the structure-property relations (e.g. nitriding and nitrocarburazing); 2.the modelling and control of various processes as, in particular, the classical quenching and tempering and the thermochemical processes; 3.the emergence of dedicated surface treatments, as those based on ion beams and the numerous ways for physical vapour deposition; and 4.the rise to maturity of vacuum and plasma technology including the application of (atmosphere) sensors of various kinds.

102-104

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