Nanotech Alert. Cryogenic Nano-Twinned Metal Alloys; Stability in Nanotwinned Face-Centered-Cubic Metals; Preventing Oxide Formation during High-Temperature Nanoindentation

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This issue profiles cryogenic nano-twinned metal alloys, stability in nanotwinned face-centered-cubic metals, and preventing oxide formation during high-temperature nanoindentation.

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Nanotech Alert. Cryogenic Nano-Twinned Metal Alloys; Stability in Nanotwinned Face-Centered-Cubic Metals; Preventing Oxide Formation during High-Temperature NanoindentationIn This Issue1. CRYOGENIC NANO-TWINNED METAL ALLOYS2. STABILITY IN NANOTWINNED FACE-CENTERED-CUBIC METALS3. PREVENTING OXIDE FORMATION DURING HIGH-TEMPERATURE NANOINDENTATION4. KEY PATENTS—NANOMANUFACTURING




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