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Insights on Structure–Property Correlations by Advanced Characterization Techniques

advancements in various research works published in this issue. In the research works by S. Gupta et al. and A. Bhaumik et al., we discuss the Ritesh Sachan and Vikas Tomar are the JOM advisors for the Thin ... Vikas Tomar . ''3D Oxidized Graphene Frameworks: An Efficient Adsorbent for Methylene Blue'' by Abhishek Pandey, Madhurima Deb , Shreya Tiwari, Pranav Bhagwan Pawar, Sumit Saxena , and Shobha Shukla.

Advanced Characterization of Interfaces and Thin Films

study focusing on the adsorption of azo-dye molecules on Ritesh Sachan and Vikas Tomar are the JOM advisors for the Thin Films & Interfaces Committee of the TMS Functional Materials Division, and guest

Interface Strength Measurements

Interface Evolution to Interface Mechanics Based on Interface Properties: A Review'' by Devendra Verma , Sudipta Biswas, Chandra Prakash, and Vikas Tomar 1 1.-Purdue University , West Lafayette, IN , USA. 2 ... materials. The review article by Kalidindi et al. Vikas Tomar and Ritesh Sachan are the JOM advisors for the Thin Films and Interfaces Committee of the TMS Functional Materials Division, and guest editors for

Scale Dependence of the Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of Crustaceans Thin Films as Biomimetic Materials

The exoskeletons of crustacean species in the form of thin films have been investigated by several researchers to better understand the role played by the exoskeletal structure in affecting the functioning of species such as shrimps, crabs, and lobsters. These species exhibit similar designs in their exoskeleton microstructure, such as a Bouligand pattern (twisted plywood...

Relating experimental and theoretical perspectives in nanomechanics

Vikas Tomar Vikas Tomar is a TMS Member! Vol. 63 No. 9 JOM - With significant advances made in multiscale models and multiscale experiments, a significant gap exists between the two fields ... few hundred nanometers) and microscale (few hundred nanometers to a few hundred micrometers) creep behavior has recently become important. The second article by Ming Gan and Vikas Tomar (Purdue