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951. Multiscale Roughness and Stability of Superhydrophobic Biomimetic Interfaces
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Michael Nosonovsky
Abstract: Stability of a composite interface (CI) of roughness-induced superhydrophobic surfaces is studied. In order to have high contact angle and low contact angle hysteresis, superhydrophobic surfaces should be able to form a CI with air pockets in the va ...

952. NEXAFS Characterization of Poly(amino acids)
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Authors: N T Samuel, Daniel A Fischer, David G. Castner
Abstract: The near-edge x-ray absorption fine structure (NEXAFS) spectra of poly(amino acids) at the carbon, nitrogen and oxygen k-edges are investigated in this study. The poly(amino acid) NEXAFS spectra at the k-edges closely resemble the spectra of the corr ...

953. NIST Interactive Data Evaluation Assessment Tool
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: R G Munro
Abstract: Data evaluation levels provide a means of classifying property data according to how the data were acquired, processed, and reported. The present protocol is based on the seven categories of acceptable data that are discussed in the NIST Recommended ...

954. NIST Researcher Highlights Challenges of Talking Ceramics
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Terrell A Vanderah
Abstract: In the last three decades, communications technologieshave been completely transformed by the wirelessrevolution. Devices such as cell phones are now socommon that many consumers are forgoing the hardwiredversions altogether. This remarkable techno ...

955. NIST Structural Database Used for Phase Identification in Electron Diffraction Instruments
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Vicky Lynn Karen
Abstract: Researchers use crystallographic information on a daily basis to visualize, explain, and predict the behavior of chemicals and materials. The NIST structural Database (NSD) contains crystallographic and atomic positional information for metallic cry ...

956. Nano/Bioscience and Technology Education for the 21st Century
Series: Special Publication (NIST SP)
Report Number: 1063
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Authors: J Jacobs, Winnie K Wong-Ng, Gale Antrus Holmes, Richard F Kayser
Abstract: NEW:Update 2005, the 20th annual workshops for science and technology educators with the theme, NANO/BIOSCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY, was hosted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology/Materials Science and Eng ...

957. Nanofriction: The Observation of Elastic Plowing
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Z C. Ying, Stephen M. Hsu
Abstract: Accurate friction measurement at nanoscale is critical in reliable device design. Literature papers have reported different friction values for the same materials pair when different instruments and tip sizes were used. We have conducted a series of ...

958. Nanotechnology--From Promising to Practical: The Role of Standards
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Stephen Weil Freiman
Abstract: Products based upon nanotechnology represent a potential market for revolutionary new materials, particularly those where one or more dimension is less than 50 nm, e.g., films, carbon nanotubes, nanoparticles. Commercialization of materials such as ...

959. Nanotribology: the Link to Macrotribology
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Stephen M. Hsu
Abstract: The study of adhesion, friction, and lubrication at the nanoscale is driven by the needs in niicrosystems, MEMS, and small scale devices. Reliabilitydurability of these devices depend on the ability to control these properties. Furthermore, if fast ...

960. Near Edge X-Ray Absorption Fine Structure (NEXAFS) Studies of Metal Ion-Containing PAMAMOS Dendrimer Networks
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Authors: Robert A Bubeck, P Dvornic, J Hu, A Hexemer, X Li, S E Keinath, Daniel A Fischer
Abstract: The interaction of Cu2+ with C, N and O moieties in poly(amidoamine-organosilicon) (PAMAMOS/DMOMS) dendrimer networks was characterized at room temperature using near edge X-ray absorption fine structure (NEXAFS). In particular, the effects on the 1 ...

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