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Structural and Chemical Characterization of Metal Alloys and Compounds - 2011: Volume 1372. MRS Proceedings

  • ID: 2339922
  • Book
  • April 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 230 Pages
  • Cambridge University Press
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This Materials Research Society Proceedings contains papers presented at Symposium 3 'Structural and Chemical Characterization of Metals, Alloys and Compounds' of the XX International Materials Research Congress. This event is intended as a forum for the dissemination of research results on materials science. The volume covers several aspects of the structural and chemical characterisation of the materials in the following areas: metals, alloys, ceramics, steels, composites, polymeric compounds, welding, nanomaterials and surface coatings, among others. They are amorphous, crystalline, powders, fibres, thin films, etc. which were prepared with different techniques. The structural characterisation techniques included scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), optical microscopy (OM), mechanical characterisation, atomic absorption, luminescence, thermoluminescence, energy transfer, photorefractive effect, birefringence, photo catalysis, photoconductivity, birefringence, laser emission and so on. Theoretical models from these properties are included as well.
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Part I - Characterization of Materials by X-Ray Diffraction (XRD), Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR), Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM):
1. Phonons and crystalline structure of Hg1-xCdxS e Alloys (0 < x = 0.5) David A. Miranda;
2. Preparation and characterization of aluminum lithium hydroxide carbonate hydrate obtained from basic aluminum sulfate César A. C. Soto;
3. Synthesis and characterization of Ni/Mg/Al mixed oxides obtained by co-precipitation G. Martínez-Lozano;
4. Influence of aging time on the structural changes of cassava thermoplastic starch José H. Mina and Alex Valadez;

Part II - Characterization of Stainless Steels for Industrial Applications:
5. Effect of microstructure and mechanical properties on the stress corrosion cracking assessment of type 304 stainless steel using slow strain rate tests A. Contreras;
6. Characterization of metallurgical defects in the melt zone of 304L steel tubes manufactured by GTAW process J. J. Ruíz-Mondragón;
7. Characterization of the stainless steel corrosion kinetic by EIS R. Galvan-Martinez;

Part III - Microstructural Characterization of Nanostructured Materials:
8. Structural characterization of nanoparticles obtained by a polyol synthesis in the bimetallic system Pt-Pd A. F. García-Ruiz;
9. Sol-gel preparation, characterization and photocatalytic activity of nanostructured TiO2 nanoparticles R. Carrera;
10. Structural characterization of iron nanoparticles synthesized by chemical methods A. Ruíz-Baltazar;

Part IV - Characterization of Materials Applying Heat Treatments:
11. Effect of heat treatment solution on the size and distribution of gamma prime (?´) of super-alloy Inconel 738 I. Guzman;
12. Microstructural rejuvenation through non-conventional heat treatments of an Inconel 939 superalloy M. A. González;
13. Effect of the thermal treatment on the capacity of removal of Cr (VI) of sol-gel hydrotalcite-like materials E. Ramosa;

Part V - Characterization of Materials Used in Coatings and Thin Films:
14. Aluminum alloy formation and impacts in advanced replacement metal gate process K. Xu;
15. Phosphorous and boron incorporation and its effect on optical properties of Ge:H and Si0.01Ge0.99:H films deposited by LF PECVD Nery Delgadillo;
16. Evaluation of sulfidation resistance of atomized Fe40Al based intermetallics M. A. Espinosa-Medina;
17. Preparation of Pd/a-Al2O3 and Pd-Ag/a-Al2O3 membranes by electroless plating and permeation measurements L. Ortiz-Martínez;

Part VI - Characterization of Materials for Industrial Applications:
18. Variations in mechanical properties of wood plates due to fluctuations on relative humidity of air J. A. Torres;
19. Characterization of the fracture of an automobile drum brake N. López Perrusquia and M. A. Doñu;
20. Study of the impact of quenching process parameters in high dimension rings of steel AISI 4140 C. Márquez;
21. Microstructural evolution of high dimension rings of steel AISI 4140 E. Martínez;

Part VII - Mechanical and Microstructural Characterization of Materials:
22. Effect of silicon on the cast macrostructure of Fe-Si alloys A. A. Balandra;
23. Microstructural study of as-cast Fe-Si alloys: effect of percentage of silicon Maria G. Gonzalez;
24. Grain refinement and mechanical properties enhancement in cross roll rolled pure copper Kuk Hyun Song;
25. Microstructural and mechanical properties enhancement in ultrafine grained Ni-Cr alloy Kuk Hyun Song;

Part VIII - Characterization of Materials Through Modeling and Simulation:
26. New electric tomography scheme and algorithms for fast recognition of compound structures Alexandre Grebennikov;
27. Statistical analysis based on information obtained from inspection in line to forecast future land pipeline damage J. L. Gonzalez-Dominguez.
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Ramiro Pérez Campos
Antonio Contreras Cuevas
Rodrigo A. Esparza Muñoz
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