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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Mechanochemical Synthesis and Reactions in Materials Science
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Antonio F. Fuentes, Cinvestav del IPN
Laszlo Takacs, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Challapalli Suryanarayana, University of Central Florida
Jacques Huot, UQTR
Scope The use of mechanical energy to stimulate physical and chemical processes in the solid state has been intensively studied. However, the recent availability of new and more powerful milling devices, abrasion-resistant milling tools, and the advances gained in understanding the fundamentals of mechanochemical processes, have triggered renewed interest in the subject. Currently, mechanical milling is applied in materials science for the synthesis of inorganic, organic and organometallic compounds, nanostructures and composites and for the preparation of alloys and intermetallics. Mechanical activation is used in conjunction with mineral processing and solid state processing technologies as well as to increase the reactivity of energetic materials. Several novel phases and new phenomena has been discovered. This Symposium is intended to be an interdisciplinary forum devoted to all aspects of mechanochemical reactions, from fundamentals to methods, materials, applications, opportunities, and challenges.
The scientific program will consist of keynote and invited lectures from renowned experts in the field, oral presentations and posters. The symposium will cover, but is not limited to, the following topics:
•Thermodynamics, kinetics and modeling of mechanochemical processes (e.g., fundamentals and models, mass and energy transfer, and phase changes).
•Solid state synthesis and processing (e.g., mechanochemistry, mechanical alloying, mechanical activation, combustion synthesis of activated precursors, reaction milling, cryomilling, liquid- and electric discharge-assisted milling)
•Atomic and electronic structures, and structural analysis (e.g., formation and recovery of mechanically induced defects, non-equilibrium structures, amorphization, the role of point defects, grain boundaries and dislocations).
•Properties and (micro)structure-property relationships of mechanochemically prepared materials (e.g., chemical, electrical, magnetic, thermal and mechanical).
•New materials and composites obtained using mechanochemical methods (e.g., amorphous alloys, quasicrystalline phases, cocrystals, nanomaterials and nanocomposites).
•Applications (e.g., gas-solid reactions, catalysis, hydrides, organics and organometallics, mineral processing, extractive metallurgy and waste treatment, cement and glass manufacturing).
•Recent developments in instrumentation and techniques (e.g., equipment for large scale production and with improved milling dynamics)

Attendees will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, share new techniques and results and move the field forward through collaborative efforts.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Planned: Post-meeting proceedings
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Novel Mechanochemical Route for Li-ion Friendly Nanomaterials
Application of Mechanical Alloying/Mechanochemistry for Synthesis of Functional and Structural Materials
Ball Milling as a Way to Produce Magnetic and Magnetocaloric Materials
Building Synergies between Molten Salt Synthesis, and Mechanical Milling: Preparation of Nanometric LaAlO3 Powders at Very Low Temperatures
Catalytic Gas Phase Reactions in Ball Mills
Combustion Synthesis: Mechanically Induced Nanostructured Materials
Conferences in the History of Mechanochemical Processing
Deepening the Insight into the Kinetics of Mechanically Activated Transformations
Direct In-situ Analysis of Milling Reactions: A Look in the Blackbox
Flexible Modification of Edge-functionalized Graphene
Formation of Weakly Bound Oxygen Atoms during the Mechanical Activation of MoO3
Hydrogen Sorption Enhancement in Cold Rolled LaNi5, CaNi5, and Mg2Ni
In-situ Monitoring of Mechanochemically-stimulated Self-propagating Reactions in the Lanthanides
Influencing the Creep Behavior of Particle-reinforced Aluminium Matrix Composites (AMCs)
Investigating Local Disorder in Mechanically Milled Titanate Pyrochlores: A Neutron Total Scattering Approach
Magnetic Nanostructured Powders Investigated by 57Fe Mössbauer Spectrometry
Mechanical Attrition as a Non-equilibrium Processing Method: Over 33 Years of Research at North Carolina State University
Mechanically Activated Combustion Synthesis of Silicides and Borides
Mechanochemical Metathesis: A Highly Selective and Effective Route for Alane (AlH3) Synthesis under Ambient Conditions
Mechanochemical Preparation of Reactive and Energetic Materials
Mechanochemical Prospects in Wet Stirred Media Milling
Mechanochemical Reactions and Syntheses of Oxides
Mechanochemical Synthesis of Al-C Composits
Mechanochemical Synthesis of Materials for Hydrogen Storage
Mechanochemical Synthesis of Nanostructured Aluminum Nitride
Mechanosynthesis, Microstructure and Ion Dynamics of Ceramic Fluoride Ion Conductors
Metathetical Reactions in the Ti-B-N System
Nanostructured Materials for Hydrogen Technology
On Step Mechanosynthesis of Chloride Intercalated Ca-Al Layered Double Hydroxide
Original Setup for In-situ Mechanochemistry
Phase Transformations of Molecular and Pharmaceutical Compounds Induced by Mechanical Activation
Preparation of Coatings Using Ball Milling
Quaternary Mg-based Transition-metal Complex Hydrides Produced by Reactive Milling
Quo Vadis Mechanochemistry: Insight into Chalcogenide Science and Technology
Radiation Effects in Pyrochlore Oxides
Reversible Hydrogen Storage Properties of Mg-Ag-Al Ternary Alloys Prepared by Mechanical Milling
Reversible Hydrogenation of Ball Milled Mixtures of Magnesium Triborane and Group I Hydrides to Mix Metal Borohydrides
Surface Characterization of Activated Chalcopyrite Particles via the FLSmidth ROL Process. Part 1: Electron Microscope Investigations
Synthesis and Characterization of Austenitic Stainless Steel Powder Alloys through Mechanical Alloying
Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Iron Nitrides Using a Two-step Reactive Milling and High Pressure Spark Plasma Sintering
The Nature of High Reactivity of Metal/Oxides Based Nanocomposites, Prepared by Mechanical Activation
Thermodynamic Driving Force for Polymorph Formation in Mechanochemical Synthesis of Zeolitic Imidazolate Frameworks
Ultrafast Synthesis of Copper Sulfides by Mechanochemistry
XRD, and XPS Study of Mechanochemical Reactions in the Cu2S-CuS-Sb2S3 System


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