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31. Spatial Correlations and Robust Statistical Analysis for Combinatorial Methodologies
Eric J. Amis, S B Kennedy, Aaron M Forster, N. R. Washburn
32. High-Throughput Measurements of Polymer Adhesion and Mechanical Properties
Christopher M Stafford, Aaron M Forster, C Harrison, Cher H. Davis, Eric J. Amis, Alamgir Karim
Polymer adhesion is important to numerous technologies including electronic packaging, coatings and paints, biomedical implants, and pressure-sensitive adhesives. The challenge is to understand the fundamental driving forces for the development of a ...
33. Combinatorial Adhesion Measurements: Factorial Design Concepts for Data Collection and Library Evaluation
Aaron M Forster, Christopher M Stafford, Alamgir Karim, Eric J. Amis
Product discovery in the adhesives industry is often characterized by experimental trial and error combined with empirical knowledge. The NIST developed multi-lens combinatorial adhesion test (MCAT) has the potential to increase the efficiency of th ...
34. The Influence of Shearing Parameters on the Frictional Forces Measured Between Polymer Brushes
Aaron M Forster, S. Michael Kilbey
Polymer brushes have potential as end-tethered lubricants. Brush layers immersed in a good solvent must be compressed to ~16% of their equilibrium height before friction forces are measured. The same experiment in a solvent near the theta temperatu ...
35. Polymer Science at the NIST Combinatorial Methods Center
Cher H. Davis, Kathryn L Beers, Aaron M Forster, Christopher M Stafford, A P Smith, C Harrison, Weiping Zhang, Alamgir Karim, Eric J. Amis
The measurements, standards, and test methods developed by NIST, in partnership with other organizations, often help unlock the potential of new discoveries and budding technologies. Combinatorial methods are a textbook example. These emerging tools ...