Synthesis

synthesis

Materials processing and synthesis refers to the fabrication or artifical production of materials and may involve processes such as solution-phase chemistry of nanocrystal/nanowire materials, synthesis of polymer materials by a range of controlled polymerization techniques; inorganic synthesis by chemical vapor deposition, physical vapor deposition, and atomic layer deposition and others. Materials synthesis often involves a diverse array of disciplines including chemistry, analysis and characterization, and computational analysis.

Related Topics

Analysis & Characterization, Chemistry, Computation

Research Experts

James Adair
James Adair
  • Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering and Pharmacology
(814) 863-6047
T.C. Mike Chung
  • Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
(814) 863-1394
Melik Demirel
Melik Demirel
  • Pearce Development Professor
  • Professor of Engineering Science and Mechanics
(814) 863-2270
Roman Engel-Herbert
  • Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Physics
(814) 867-4325
Robert Hickey
Robert Hickey
  • Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
(814) 863-7521
Michael Hickner
  • Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering
  • Corning Faculty Fellow
  • @hicknergroup
(814) 867-1847
Dr. Allen Kimel
R. Allen Kimel
  • Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
  • Associate Head for Undergraduate Studies
(814) 865-5397
John Mauro
John Mauro
  • Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
(814) 865-2130
Dr. Gary L. Messing
Gary Messing
  • Distinguished Professor of Ceramic Science and Engineering
(814) 865-2262
Suzanne Mohney
  • Professor of Materials Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering
  • Chair, Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Materials Science and Engineering
(814) 863-0744

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