Something to write home about

The past several months have been busy for writing, and several publications have recently come out. We still have several more articles near submission, and a significant undertaking on an invited review article was recently accepted for publication. Well done to the students working on those projects. Not bad for working out of storage area! Hopefully that will be changing very soon. The plans for a dedicated lab renovation are in the final phase!

The papers published this semester include:

Solid State Porous Metal Production: A Review of the Capabilities, Characteristics and Challenges. Advanced Engineering Materials; ONLINE FIRST

Getting more porosity from metal powder foams through intraparticle expansion.

HERE IS FREE ACCESS TO THIS ARTICLE FOR THE NEXT MONTH OR SO

Multiscale design of nanofibrous carbon aerogels: Synthesis, properties and comparisons with other low-density carbon materials.

Effects of milling time on the development of porosity in Cu by the reduction of CuO.

(OPEN ACCESS)

Advancing commercial feasibility of intraparticle expansion for solid state metal foams by the surface oxidation and room temperature ball milling of copper.

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