Scientific and Technological Problems in Nanostructured Materials Science View Full Text


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DATE

1999

AUTHORS

Rostislav A. Andrievski

ABSTRACT

In recent years there has been increased interest in nanostructured (nanocrystalline, nanophase, nanoscale, etc.) materials (NM) which are normally characterized by a grain size in the range of 5–100 nm. The great interest enjoyed by NMs everywhere is connected at least with two reasons. Firstly, this is caused with a hope to realize unique physical, chemical, and mechanical properties in the nanocrystalline (nc) state. Secondly, this topic revealed many gaps in our understanding of the features of this state and also in the preparation methods of its realization. The development of NMs emerged as an important step in creating a new generation of materials. So foregoing circumstances gave rise to many investigations, Conferences, and publications. For example, four specialized NANOConferences (Cancun’92, Stuttgart’94, Hawaii’96, Stockholm’98), three NATO ASI (Spain’92, Greece’93, Russia’97), and numerous MRS-, TMS-, EF - meetings have been taken to say nothing of different related events (e.g. [1–7]). Total their annual quantity is about 20–25 for a period of 5–7 years. Since 1992, the Journal “Nanostructured Materials is being published in USA. Some comprehensive reviews and collections must be also mentioned (e.g. [8–14]). So the information on the NM preparation and properties is very wide. However, a number of problems remain unsolved. The discussion of them seems to be interesting and topical. More... »

PAGES

97-102

Book

TITLE

Advanced Science and Technology of Sintering

ISBN

978-1-4613-4661-6
978-1-4419-8666-5

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