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DATE

1988-04

AUTHORS

A. R. C. Westwood

ABSTRACT

Materials science is entering a new and exciting period, with challenges related not only to the never-ending demand for superior structural materials, but also for new and sophisticated materials for microelectronic, optoelectronic, photonic, and superconducting applications. This contribution discusses the changing nature of the field and presents results related to the development of novel aluminum alloys, electroceramics, optical switches, laser diodes, and other heterostructure devices,etc., that illustrate how materials scientists are responding to some of today’s opportunities to optimize performance by imaginative control of structure through processing. More... »

PAGES

749-758

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