Progress in Materials Analysis

Vol. 1

  • M. Grasserbauer
  • M. K. Zacherl

Part of the Mikrochimica Acta book series (MIKROCHIMICA, volume 10)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. Th. Hehenkamp, W. Lühr-Tanck, A. Sager
    Pages 9-20
  3. Alexander Lodding, Hans Odelius
    Pages 21-49
  4. M. Pimminger, M. Grasserbauer
    Pages 61-72
  5. Gerhard Stingeder, M. Grasserbauer, H. M. Ortner, W. Schintlmeister, W. Wallgram
    Pages 93-102
  6. W. Steiger, F. G. Rüdenauer, H. Gnaser, P. Pollinger, H. Studnicka
    Pages 111-117
  7. S. Laimer, P. Braun, H. Störi, F. Viehböck, P. Rödhammer, K. Kailer
    Pages 177-187
  8. Maria F. Ebel, H. Ebel, U. Paschke, G. Zuba, J. Wernisch
    Pages 189-198
  9. P. Willich, A. P. von Rosenstiel, N. Drost
    Pages 211-216
  10. P. Karduck, H. J. Schürhoff, W.-G. Burchard
    Pages 231-239
  11. Hans-Jürgen Ullrich, Siegfried Rolle, Andreas Uhlig, Peter Ettmayer, Benno Lux
    Pages 251-260
  12. Ewald Jackwerth, Horst Mittelstädt
    Pages 325-335

About these proceedings


The 11th Colloquium on Metallurgical Analysis - a joint venture of the Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the Technical University in Vienna, the Austrian Society for Analytical Chemistry and Microchemistry, the German Metals Society (DGM), and the Society of German Iron and Steel Engineers (VDEh) - was attended by 120 scientists from 12 nations. The major topics covered were surface, micro and trace analysis of materials with a heavy emphasis on metals. According to the strategy of the meeting attention was focussed on an interdisciplinary approach to materials science - combining analytical chemistry, solid state physics and tech­ nology. Therefore progress reports on analytical techniques (like SIMS, SNMS, Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy, AES, XPS) were given as well as pre­ sentations on the development of materials (like for the fusion reactor). The majority of the discussion papers centered on the treatment of important technical problems in materials science and technology by a (mostly sophis­ ticated) combination of physical and chemical analytical techniques. The intensive exchange of ideas and results between the scientists oriented towards basic research and the industrial materials technologists was very fruitful and resulted in the establishment of several scientific cooperations. Major trends in materials analysis were also dealt with in a plenary discussion of which a short summary is contained in this volume. In order to facilitate international communication in the field of materials analysis and in view of the important questions treated in the various contri­ butions this proceedings volume was edited in English.


Aluminium Mangan Materials Nickel Phosphat Titan X-ray electron microscopy glass iron materials characterization metals microscopy spectroscopy

Editors and affiliations

  • M. Grasserbauer
    • 1
  • M. K. Zacherl
  1. 1.Technical University of ViennaAustria

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Vienna 1983
  • Publisher Name Springer, Vienna
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-211-81759-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-7091-3943-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0076-8642
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