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Browsing Cornell University Graduate School by Subject "X-Ray diffraction"
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IN-SITU SYNCHROTRON X-RAY AND MICRO-COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY OF NONWOVEN ARAMIDS: DEFORMATION MECHANISMS (2017-01-30)Nonwoven materials have attracted much interest in the industry due to their high surface area, high porosity, and low cost. However due to the complexity of deformation mechanisms in these materials, controlling the ...
(2019-08-30)ABSTRACT As a prototypical Mott-Hubbard system, bulk vanadium sesquioxide (V2O3), undergoes a first-order Metal-to-Insulator Transition (MIT) from the paramagnetic metallic phase to an antiferromagnetic insulator phase ...
(2017-08-30)Understanding fatigue crack initiation in ductile metals remains a significant challenge for engineers despite decades of research. In this work, high energy x-ray diffraction techniques and analysis methods are implemented ...