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Projects/Programs

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Calibrations: Neutron Source Strength

Ongoing
The neutron source calibration facility operated by NIST is a world-class calibration laboratory providing neutron source calibration services for radioisotopic

Crystallographic Databases

Ongoing
Components and devices used in a broad spectrum of technology sectors such as health care, communications, energy and electronics are manufactured from

Energy Storage & Delivery

Completed
The goal of the project is to develop measurement methods to characterize the nanoscale structure and dynamics of polymer electrolyte membranes (PEMs) to enable

Inorganic Phase Equilibrium Data

Ongoing
Compile and evaluate phase equilibrium data for NIST Standard Reference Database 31 (Phase Equilibria Diagrams); disseminate the data in a readily accessible

MAGIK Offspecular Reflectometer

Ongoing
The MAGIK reflectometer complements thePolarized Beam Reflectometer and theHorizontal-Geometry Reflectometer in providing specialized capabilities for

Metrology for Nanolithography

Ongoing
Our goal is to develop measurements that quantify the shape, size, orientation, and fidelity of nanoscale patterns as a platform to quantitatively evaluate

Nanoparticle Assembly in Complex Fluids

Completed
Develop measurement methods that quantify the interdependent stability, transport, and redox properties of nanomaterials in biophysical multicomponent complex

Polymer Suspensions & Emulsions

Ongoing
The goals of this project are to improve measurements of fluid structure and mechanical properties under a variety of flow conditions. We focus on fluids and

Polymers for Next-Generation Lithography

Completed
Our goal is to develop measurement methods with sufficiently high spatial resolution to uncover the materials limitations in the resolution of state-of-the-art