X-ray Diffraction of Functional Materials
Cornelius, Thomas Walter (editor)
Grigorian, Souren (editor)
Demand for advanced X-ray scattering techniques has increased tremendously in recent years with the development of new functional materials. These characterizations have a huge impact on evaluating the microstructure and structure–property relation in functional materials. Thanks to its non-destructive character and adaptability to various environments, the X-ray is a powerful tool, being irreplaceable for novel in situ and operando studies. This book is dedicated to the latest advances in X-ray diffraction using both synchrotron radiation as well as laboratory sources for analyzing the microstructure and morphology in a broad range (organic, inorganic, hybrid, etc.) of functional materials.
Keywordslead-free ceramic; sol–gel process; barium zirconate titanate; dielectric property; conjugated polymer and blends; in situ GIXD; additive; structure; strain; X-ray diffraction; piezoelectric properties; lanthanum-modified lead zirconate titanate (PLZT); zeolite-W; cation form; synchrotron X-ray diffraction; Rietveld refinement; high-pressure; smectite; bulk moduli; anhydrous and hydrous environments; synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction; pressure-transmitting media; metallic composites; Ni; Ni-W alloys; silver-exchanged natrolite; pressure-induced insertion; high energy-density materials; high pressure and temperature; Raman spectroscopy; ammonium azide; polynitrogen compounds; superalloys; low-angle boundaries; X-ray topography; turbine blades; crystal growth; nano-perovskite (CaTiO3); Young’s modulus; ultrasonic-pulse echo; planar density; residual stress; laser cavitation peening; pulse laser; wedge-shaped amphiphile; double gyroid phase; grazing-incidence X-ray scattering; environmental atomic force microscopy; vapor annealing; Williamson-Hall (W-H); uniform stress deformation model (USDM); hydroxyapatite; ultrasonic pulse-echo; thermoplastic polyurethane ureas; shape memory materials; synchrotron SAXS/WAXS; polymer deformation; lamellar morphology; poly-ε-caprolactone; poly(1,4-butylene adipate)
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Technology: general issues
History of engineering & technology