PIRE: High Temperature Ceramic Fibers: Polymer-Based Manufacturing, Nanostructure, and Performance," PIRE: High Temperature Ceramic Fibers: Polymer-Based Manufacturing, Nanostructure, and Performance," Arizona State University will perform specialized calorimetric measurements and analyze the thermodynamic stability of the materials synthesized and characterized in the collaborative project. The students and/or postdocs involved will participate in international collaboration and meetings. We will systematically explore the trends in energetics for the fibers as a function of composition and annealing history by performing solution calorimetry on a suite of samples which has been thoroughly characterized in terms of composition and atomic-, nano- and micro-scale structure.
|Effective start/end date||1/1/20 → 9/30/24|
- National Science Foundation (NSF): $340,586.00
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