Exploring new routes for the development of functional nanomaterials using extreme pressure

K. Lipinska, P. Kalita, O. Hemmers, S. Sinogeikin, G. Mariotto, C. Segre, Yoshimichi Ohki

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    Abstract

    High-pressure offers the thrilling possibility to synthesize novel solids with unique optical, electronic, magnetic or thermo-mechanical properties that is currently a major challenge in materials science. Some of our recent high-pressure studies of glass-derived nanocrystalline composite using diamond anvil cell technology and synchrotron radiation based x-ray diffraction are presented. We synthesized and investigated pressure-induced transformations occurring in a heterophased, nano-architectured composite that consists of an amorphous matrix and embedded nanocrystals or quantum dots of gallium oxide. We discuss the observed phase transition occurring in the nanocrystals seeded in a host glass matrix and we compare their equation of state and bulk modulus with that of bulk gallium oxide crystals.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCeramic Transactions
    Pages91-96
    Number of pages6
    Volume220
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    EventProcessing and Properties of Advanced Ceramics and Composites II - Pittsburgh, PA
    Duration: 2009 Oct 252009 Oct 29

    Publication series

    NameCeramic Transactions
    Volume220
    ISSN (Print)10421122

    Other

    OtherProcessing and Properties of Advanced Ceramics and Composites II
    CityPittsburgh, PA
    Period09/10/2509/10/29

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    Nanostructured materials
    Gallium
    Nanocrystals
    Glass
    Diamond
    Oxides
    Composite materials
    Materials science
    Synchrotron radiation
    Equations of state
    Semiconductor quantum dots
    Diamonds
    Diffraction
    Elastic moduli
    Phase transitions
    X rays
    Mechanical properties
    Crystals
    gallium oxide

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Ceramics and Composites
    • Materials Chemistry

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    Lipinska, K., Kalita, P., Hemmers, O., Sinogeikin, S., Mariotto, G., Segre, C., & Ohki, Y. (2010). Exploring new routes for the development of functional nanomaterials using extreme pressure. In Ceramic Transactions (Vol. 220, pp. 91-96). (Ceramic Transactions; Vol. 220).

    Exploring new routes for the development of functional nanomaterials using extreme pressure. / Lipinska, K.; Kalita, P.; Hemmers, O.; Sinogeikin, S.; Mariotto, G.; Segre, C.; Ohki, Yoshimichi.

    Ceramic Transactions. Vol. 220 2010. p. 91-96 (Ceramic Transactions; Vol. 220).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Lipinska, K, Kalita, P, Hemmers, O, Sinogeikin, S, Mariotto, G, Segre, C & Ohki, Y 2010, Exploring new routes for the development of functional nanomaterials using extreme pressure. in Ceramic Transactions. vol. 220, Ceramic Transactions, vol. 220, pp. 91-96, Processing and Properties of Advanced Ceramics and Composites II, Pittsburgh, PA, 09/10/25.
    Lipinska K, Kalita P, Hemmers O, Sinogeikin S, Mariotto G, Segre C et al. Exploring new routes for the development of functional nanomaterials using extreme pressure. In Ceramic Transactions. Vol. 220. 2010. p. 91-96. (Ceramic Transactions).
    Lipinska, K. ; Kalita, P. ; Hemmers, O. ; Sinogeikin, S. ; Mariotto, G. ; Segre, C. ; Ohki, Yoshimichi. / Exploring new routes for the development of functional nanomaterials using extreme pressure. Ceramic Transactions. Vol. 220 2010. pp. 91-96 (Ceramic Transactions).
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