Materials Science Forum

ISSN: 1662-9752

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Edited by: A. Reza Yavari
Online since: February 1995
Description: This volume reviews most recent developments in the field of metastable, mechanically alloyed and nanocrystalline alloys.

179-181

Edited by: Yuan-Jin He, Bi-Song Cao and Y.C. Jean
Online since: November 1994
Description: Positron Annihilation - ICPA-10 presents new results and ideas of researchers who seek more profound understanding of the nature of positron annihilation. All these scientific and technological thoughts are included in these two-volume proceedings, which contain 7 review talks, 203 contributed papers (among them, 20 are invited), and 3 summary talks. The volume is complete with keyword and author indices.

175-178

Edited by: M. Briege, H. Dittrich, M. Klose, H.W. Schock, J. Werner
Online since: September 1994
Description: Lasers are playing an increasingly important role in various fields of semiconductor and device technology. Of special significance is their contribution to the advanced technologies that are needed for economic solutions in photovoltaics. There, lasers are used in processing and characterization of photovoltaic materials, solar cells and module technology.

173-174

Edited by: Terence G. Langdon
Online since: October 1994
Description: While the superplastic phenomenon was first demonstrated in scientific experiments conducted in the United Kingdom, much of the early systematic work in this area was performed in Russia. This volume covers the recent developments concerning superplastictity phenomena in many materials classes of current interest.

170-172

Edited by: R. Delhez and E.J. Mittemeijer
Online since: July 1994
Description: Powder diffraction continues to be a highly active field of research where many interesting developments are currently taking place.

166-169

Edited by: E.J. Mittemeijer
Online since: May 1994
Description: These Proceedings provide a picture of the current knowledge and technology of heat treatment and surface engineering. Most recent developments concerning the thermodynamics and kinetics of the underlying processes are presented here. Special emphasis is placed on process control and computer modelling.

163-165

Edited by: H.J. Bunge
Online since: May 1994
Description: This book reflects quite clearly the expansion of the field of "textures" as well as the rapid growth of the texture community. During the recent years, the scope of this field has been expanded to virtually all crystalline and even partly crystalline materials including intermetallic compounds, ceramics, polymers as well as multiphase composites and even fullerenes.

157-162

Edited by: Y. Limoge and J.L. Bocquet
Online since: May 1994
Description: In a majority of cases, the various processes which give rise to matter transport lead to the formation of new interfaces and to the concommitant development of new phases on either side of these newly created interfaces. The latter play a particularly important role, in the sense that the reactions that produce the new phases take place there.

155-156

Edited by: M.A.J. Somers, E.J. Mittemeijer and J. Schoonman
Online since: March 1994
Description: Improvement of only the properties of the surface can largely improve the performance of the entire workpiece. Hence, engineering the surface by the application of surface layers has become of major importance.
Two, principally different routes can be followed to obtain a surface layer: (i) treating the surface of the original material (laser/electron beam hardening, plasma treatments, and thermomechanical treatments like carburizing and nitriding) or (ii) covering the surface with another material.

154

Edited by: J. Rouxel, M. Tournoux and R. Brec
Online since: March 1994
Description: Within the last few decades, advances in solid-state chemistry have resulted in substantial progress towards a better understanding of the solid state, and have even led to the development of some predictive capablities in crystal chemistry. Nonetheless, in more recent years, entirely new ways of thinking have appeared. The term "soft chemistry" or "chimie douce", is often applied in a general manner to refer to these new routes, these new ways of thinking.

152-153

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