Combinatorial Materials Science and EBSD: A High Throughput Experimentation Tool
The impact of EBSD in combinatorial experimentation lies in its value as a nondestructive focused probe for high throughput screening of materials libraries via backscattered diffraction. The types of information gathered by EBSD are of course well documented (especially in the present and the previous companion volume [Schwartz et al. 2000]).
KeywordsDiffusion Couple High Throughput Screening Infrared Thermography Combinatorial Experimentation High Throughput Experimentation
The author acknowledges support from the National Science Foundation International Materials Institute Program for the Combinatorial Sciences and Materials Informatics Collaboratory (CoSMIC-IMI), grant # DMR-0833853; Office of Naval Research, grant # N00014–06–1-0310; and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, grant # FA95500610501.
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