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X-ray and related techniques.


X-ray and related techniques.

Ed. by Zainal Arifin Ahmad et al.

Trans Tech Publications


206 pages



Advanced materials research, v.173


Selected and peer-reviewed from a June 2010 international conference on Langkawi Island, Malaysia, 36 papers survey how x-ray and similar imaging technologies are being used in research and industry. The topics include analyzing the mineralogical component of palm oil fuel ash with or without unburned carbon, the effect of different gloss firing temperature on the crystallization of zinc-based crystal glaze, forming a titanium carbide reinforced copper matrix composite by an in situ process, synthetic hydrotalcite prepared from a modified combustion method using glucose as fuel, the formation and mechanistic study of self-ordering zirconium oxide nanotubes by anodic oxidation, and the characterization and phase evolution of cordierite based glass synthesis from pure oxide and minerals.

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