Instrumentation for Processing and Characterization of Nano-Modulated Ceramics.
Final rept. 1 Aug 95-31 Dec 97,
DUKE UNIV DURHAM NC
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This grant was sponsored by the FY95 Defense University Research Instrumentation Program DURIP. The objective was to acquire instrumentation compatible with the Duke University Free Electron Laser FEL Laboratory light sources in the infrared IR, ultra-violet Uv, extreme ultra-violet XUV, X-Ray and gamma-ray wavelength regions, that would support the research and characterization of advanced materials, including nano-modulated coatings and ceramics. This report summarizes progress made with the existing FEL Laboratory light sources and describes three major pieces of equipment fabricated with funds from this program for application to nano-modulated coatings and ceramics research. Capabilities of the resulting equipment and experiments planned in the near-term are also described.
- Lasers and Masers
- Coatings, Colorants and Finishes