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|Author(s):||Ichiro Takeuchi; Lauterbach Jochen; Michael J. Fasolka;|
|Title:||Combinatorial Materials Synthesis and High-Throughput Characterization|
|Published:||October 01, 2005|
|Abstract:||The pace at which major technological changes take place is often dictated by the rate at which new materials are discovered, and timely arrival of new materials has always played a key role in bringing advances to our society. There is no wonder then that the so-called combinatorial or the high-throughput strategy has been embraced by practitioners of materials science in virtually every field. Pioneered by the pharmaceutical industry, the combinatorial method is now widely considered a watershed in the accelerated discovery and optimization of new materials. High-throughput experimentation allows simultaneous synthesis and screening of large arrays of different materials.|
|Keywords:||combinatorial methods,gradient methods,high-throughput experimentation|
|Research Areas:||Polymers, Combinatorial Methods|
|PDF version:||Click here to retrieve PDF version of paper (2MB)|