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Topic: Materials Science
Published: 1/5/2009
Authors: Angelique N Lasseigne, Kamalu Koenig, David Olson, Brajendra Mishra, Joshua Jackson, Thomas A. (Thomas A.) Siewert, Joseph David McColskey
Abstract: New higher strength pipeline steels (X100 and X120) exhibit lower tolerance for hydrogen (diffusible and formed hydrides) before significant degradation or failure occurs. It is essential to have advanced sensors to monitor the hydrogen content and ...

322. Adhesive bonding to dentin improved by polymerizable cyclodextrin derivatives
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 1/5/2009
Authors: Rafael L. Bowen, Gary Edward Schumacher, Anthony Albert Giuseppetti, Kathleen M. Flynn, Charles Martin Guttman, Clifton M. Carey
Abstract: Objectives. Determine bonding characteristics of a hydrophilic monomer formulation containing PCDs (Polymerizable Cyclodextrin Derivatives). The hypothesis was that a formulation containing hydrophilic cross-linking diluent comonomers and PCD molecul ...

323. Inducing analytical orthogonality in tungsten oxide-based microsensors using materials structure and dynamic temperature control
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 1/4/2009
Authors: Kurt D Benkstein, Baranidharan Raman, David L. Lahr, John E Bonevich, Stephen Semancik

324. Comparison of Wavelet Transform and Choi-Williams Distribution to Determine Group Velocities for Different Acoustic Emission Sensors
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 12/31/2008
Author: Marvin Arnold Hamstad
Abstract: Acoustic emission (AE) sources in a plate generate dispersive Lamb waves. In this research, pencil lead breaks (PLBs) were made on an edge of a 3.1 mm thick aluminum alloy plate to generate such AE waves. The PLBs were made near the plate midplane an ...

Topic: Materials Science
Published: 12/10/2008
Authors: Aaron M Forster, Cyril Clerici, Donald Lee Hunston
Abstract: An efficient method to increase the Mode I fracture energy of a polymer adhesive is to incorporate a rubbery phase within the glassy matrix. In general, the failure surface of a toughened polymer is characterized by cavitated rubber particles and pl ...

326. Hollow spherical supramolecular dendrimers
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 10/1/2008
Authors: Virgil Percec, Mihai Peterca, Andres E. Dulcey, Mohammad Imam, Steven D Hudson, Sami Nummelin, Peter Adelman, Paul A Heiney
Abstract: The synthesis of a library containing 12 conical dendrons that self-assemble into hollow spherical supramolecular dendrimers is reported. The design principles for this library were accessed by development of a method that allows the identification o ...

327. Contributions of First-Principles Calculations to Understanding Structure-Property Relationships in Perovksites
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 9/1/2008
Author: Eric J Cockayne

328. Materials Science &Technology (MS&T) 2008 Conference & Exhibition
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 7/18/2008
Author: Winnie K Wong-Ng
Abstract: The Materials Science &Technology 2008 Conference & Exhibition took place in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from October 5-9. The MS&T 2008 Conference was a great success, with a total more than 1000 papers prese ...

329. Stability Phase-Fields in the and Pyrochlore Formation in Sections of the Bi^d2^O^d3^-Al^d2^O^d3-^Nb^d2^O^d5^
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 5/8/2008
Authors: Terrell A Vanderah, Jorge Torres Guzman, Juan C Nino
Abstract: Bismuth niobate-based ceramic materials are of interest for embedded elements such as capacitors, resonators, and filters because they exhibit high relative dielectric permittivities and tend to be processible at temperatures in the 1000 C to 1200 ...

330. Origin of Adhesion in Humid Air
Topic: Materials Science
Published: 4/18/2008
Authors: Doo-In Kim, Jaroslaw Grobelny, Pradeep N. (Pradeep) Namboodiri, Robert Francis Cook
Abstract: The origin of adhesion at nanoscale contacts in humid air is investigated by pull-off force measurements using atomic force microscopes in controlled environments from ultra-high vacuum through various humidity conditions to water. An equivalent work ...

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