DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6wm2dq/innovation_in) has announced the addition of the "Innovation in Materials Science II" report to their offering.
Series: Key Engineering Materials, Volume 521
Special topic volume with invited peer reviewed papers only.
Innovation in Materials Science - 2 reinforces the adage of John Dismukes that, Scientific Technology has progressively displaced Empirical Technology, as the primary driver and basis for increasing economic development over the last four centuries. Technical inventions, and innovations based upon technical ideas, remain the basic drivers for wealth-creation. However, the areas of current materials research have changed considerably between 2008, when the first volume was published, and now (2012). The collection of articles in Volume 2 reflects this change. An index of the articles published in the earlier collection, Innovation in Materials Science is also provided in order to comprehend the considerable changes which have occurred in the landscape of materials research over the past four years.
Key Topics Covered:
Table of Contents (18 papers, 10 per page listed)
Nanostructured Surfaces that Show Antimicrobial, Anticorrosive, and Antibiofilm Properties
G.S. Reddy, Mallikarjuna N. Nadagouda, Jainagesh A. Sekhar
Hydrothermal Slag/Glass Chemistry for Porous Materials Production
Masanori Suzuki, Toshihiro Tanaka
On the Role of Graphene in Polymer-Based Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells
Fei Yu, M. Bahner, Vikram K. Kuppa
Nonstationary Theory of the Thermal Explosion for Monomolecular Exothermic Reactions
The Sgen Rate Maximization Postulate: Applications to Process-Path Analysis for Solidification and Micropyretic Synthesis
Y.D. Bensah, H.P. Li, Jainagesh A. Sekhar
Field Responsive Fluids - A Review
Seval Genc, Bora Derin
Combustion Synthesis of Aluminum Nitride: A Review
Shyan Lung Chung, Chun Hung Lai
Update of Innovations in Wood Science
Waste as a Resource for High Value Materials
Vidya S. Batra
Machinability of BMG
Application of Electron Backscatter Diffraction to Shape Memory Alloys
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