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Defect Structure and Properties of Nanomaterials, 2nd Edition by J Gubicza

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Index

Note: Page numbers followed by “f” indicate figures, “t” indicate tables.’
A
Absorption, 298–304, 302f, 307, 309
Accumulative roll-bonding, 226
Activation volume, 195–196, 201t
Amorphous interface, 288–289
Annihilation, 51–53, 95, 139–141, 214–215
Area-weighted mean crystallite size, 38, 170t, 232f
Ashby-Verrall model, 180–181, 180f
Aspect ratio, 363–364
B
Ball milling, 12, 121, 313
Barrier effect, 143–144, 211–212
Bertaut-theorem, 31–32
Bimodal microstructure, 218, 317–318
Bipyramid, 132–134, 365–366
Blends of powders, 142–145, 210–214
Bulk amorphous alloy, 20–23
C
Carbon nanotubes, 225–231, 243–245, 309–313, 336–341
Catalyst, 297, 302–303

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