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Materials Science using Positron Techniques

    PROF, ASOC - David VanHorn

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    David Van Horn


    The Positron Science Laboratory at UMKC houses a unique tool for studying materials of all types at the nanoscale. Samples could be polymers, thin films, crystals, amorphous, etc. and studies can be completed to study composition, aging, structure, pressure, environment, and so on.

    Project-related Tags
    chemistry  crystals  films  membranes  nanoscale  physics  polymers  

    Last Updated
    May 8, 2017

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