Synchrotron Radiation in Materials Science: Light Sources, Techniques, and Applications. 2 Volumes

  • ID: 4400265
  • Book
  • 856 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Meeting the long–felt need for in–depth information on one of the most advanced material characterization methods, a top team of editors and authors from highly prestigious facilities and institutions covers a range of synchrotron techniques that have proven useful for materials research.

Following an introduction to synchrotron radiation and its sources, the second part goes on to describe the various techniques that benefit from this especially bright light, including X–ray absorption, diffraction, scattering, imaging, and lithography. The thrid and final part provides an overview of the applications of synchrotron radiation in materials science.

bridging the gap between specialists in synchrotron research and material scientists, this is a unique and indispensable resource for academic and industrial researchers alike.
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PART I. INTRODUCTION OF SYNCHROTRON AND SYNCHROTRON FACILITIES

PART II. DESCRIPTION OF SYNCHROTRON–BASED TECHNIQUES

X–ray Absorption

X–ray Diffraction

X–ray Scattering

X–ray Imaging

X–ray Lithography

PART III. SYNCHROTRON RADIATION FOR MATERIALS RESEARCH

Methodology Development

Energy Materials

Nanomaterials

Biomaterials

Interfacial Materials

Environmentally–related Materials

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Chunhai Fan
Zhentang Zhao
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