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High Throughput Methods for Materials R&D: A Growing Effort at NIST

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Author(s)

Leonid A. Bendersky, J D. Hewes

Abstract

The U.S. private sector has indicated that the National Institute of Standards and Technology has a role to play in facilitating the implementation of high throughput experimentation, for example using combinatorial methods. The Advanced Technology Program (ATP) is currently funding research projects in high throughput discovery of catalysts, electronic materials, and polymer coatings internally and externally to NIST. The NIST Measurement and Standards Laboratories is actively pursuing research in electronic materials and organic polymers. This presentation presents details on these efforts at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Citation
Applied Surface Science
Volume
189
Issue
No. 3-4

Keywords

combinatorial, high throughput screening

Citation

Bendersky, L. and Hewes, J. (2002), High Throughput Methods for Materials R&D: A Growing Effort at NIST, Applied Surface Science (Accessed July 24, 2024)

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Created April 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017