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National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan 2020

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Heather M. Evans, Kristen Greene, William M. Healy, Elizabeth A. Hoffman, Catherine A. Rimmer, Anna V. Sberegaeva, Neil M. Zimmerman
The 2020 National Institute of Standards and Technology Environmental Scan provides an analysis of key external factors that could impact NIST and the

Correlating Inter-Particle Forces and Particle Shape to Shear-Induced Aggregation/Fragmentation and Rheology for Dilute Anisotropic Particle Suspensions: A Complementary Study via Capillary Rheometry and in situ small and Ultra-Small Angle X-ray Scatterin

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Anthony J. Krzysko, Elias Nakouzi, Xin Zhang, Trent R. Graham, Kevin M. Rosso, Gregory K. Schenter, Jan Ilavsky, Ivan Kuzmenko, Matthew G. Frith, Cornelius F. Ivory, Sue B. Clark, Javen S. Weston, Kathleen M Weigandt, James J. De Yoreo, Jaehun Chun, Lawrence M. Anovitz
Predicting the stability of suspensions composed of anisotropic particles is difficult due to the complexity and interplay of hydrodynamic and colloidal forces

Cutting to Measure the Elasticity and Fracture of Soft Gels

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Teresa T. Duncan, Joel M. Sarapas, Adrian P. Defante, Kathryn L. Beers, Edwin P. Chan
The fracture properties of very soft and/or brittle materials are challenging to measure directly due to the limitations of existing fracture testing methods

Niche partitioning of microbial communities at an ancient vitrified hillfort: implications for vitrified radioactive waste disposal

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Jamie L. Weaver, Andrew Plymale, Jacqueline Wells, Carolyn I. Pearce, Colin Brislawn, Emily Graham, Tanya Cheeke, Jessica Allen, Vincent Danna, Kimberly Tyrrell, Rolf Sjoblom, Edward Vicenzi, John McCloy, Eva Hj?rthner-Holdar, Erik Ogenhall, Mia Englund, David Peeler, Albert Kruger, Rick L. Paul
A pre-Viking era vitrified hillfort, Broborg, provides a habitat analogue for disposed radioactive waste glass and shows strong niche partitioning among the

X-ray Scattering Studies of Reverse Osmosis Materials

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Qinyi Fu, Nisha Verma, Benjamin S. Hsiao, Francisco J. Medellin-Rodriguez, Peter A. Beaucage, Christopher M. Stafford, Benjamin M. Ocko
Scarcity of freshwater is becoming a world crisis. In a recent annual risk report, the World Economic Forum lists it in their greatest global risk category

Early stage nucleation in barium disilicate glass

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Ling Cai, Randall E. Youngman, David E. Baker, Aram Rezikyan, Minghui Zhang, Bryan Wheaton, Indrajit Dutta, Bruce G. Aitken, Andrew J. Allen
Early stage nucleation in silicate glasses is often evidenced by formation of nanosized regions that are stoichiometrically different from the surrounding

Polymer Surface/Interface Consortium 2018 Workshop Report

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Ronald S. Lankone, Li Piin Sung, David G. Goodwin, Andrew Fairbrother
The Polymer Surface/Interface (PSI) consortium held a two-day workshop at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD on

The Art in Science of MicroTAS 2019†

Author(s)
Gregory A. Cooksey
The 2019 MicroTAS conference (the 23rd International Conference of Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences) held in Basel, Switzerland, brought
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