New Superhard Materials Based on Nanostructured High-Melting Compounds: Achievements and Perspectives View Full Text


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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

R. A. Andrievski

ABSTRACT

In recent 10-15 years, there has been increased interest in nanostructured materials (NMs). In the USA, the National Nanotechnology Initiative will be the top priority in science and technology in FY2001 with a significant increase in funding [1]. Note at least three factors accompanying the burst of research work in the field of nanotechnology as a whole and in the field of NMs, in particular. First, the interest is connected with the hope to realize a high level of the physical, mechanical, and chemical properties (and, therefore, potential service characteristics) in the nanocrystalline state. Some NMs such as nanostructured hard alloys, nanostructured Ni foil, the magnetic alloy Finemet, etc., are successfully produced on an industrial scale [2, 3]. Second, the topic of nanotechnology and NMs is really an interdisciplinary problem for physicists, chemists, material scientists, biologists, engineers, and specialists in the Earth Sciences. Third, this topic has revealed some gaps in both our understanding of the nature of the nanocrystalline state and its practical realization. This led to a wide scope of studies, numerous conferences, and a great flow of publications. More... »

PAGES

17-32

Book

TITLE

Functional Gradient Materials and Surface Layers Prepared by Fine Particles Technology

ISBN

978-0-7923-6925-7
978-94-010-0702-3

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