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Projects/Programs

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Carbon Mitigation Measurements

New solid sorbent materials are sought for CO2 capture, as presently available multi-scale porous materials lack sufficient capture efficiency and gas

Ceramic Phase Equilibrium Data

Advanced ceramics and inorganic materials are critically enabling elements in devices and systems across many technology sectors, such as telecommunications and

Crystallographic Databases

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

MAGIK Offspecular Reflectometer

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

Metrology for Nanolithography

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

Neutron Detector Replacement Program

The Department of Homeland Security/Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DHS/DNDO) is pursuing a course to transform 3He alternative technologies into integrated

Neutron Source Strength Calibrations

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

Polymer Suspensions & Emulsions

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

zCompleted - Energy Storage & Delivery

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