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Washington State University Applied Sciences Laboratory

Publications


  1. Diez-y-Riega, H. and H. Eilers (2012). “UV and 532 nm Photo-Dissociation of 2-Nitrotoluene: Observation of Electronically-Excited NO; Emission from Carbon (I); N2-NO Energy Transfer; and Stabilization of 2- Nitrotoluene-Ar Clusters.” Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics 108(1): 189-196.
  2. Eilers, H., R. Gunawidjaja, T. Myint, J. Lightstone and J. Carney (2012). “Irreversible Phase Transitions in Doped Metal Oxides for Use as Temperature Sensors in Explosions.” 17th American Physical Society (APS) Topical Conference on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter (SCCM) Proceedings 1426: 1577-1580.
  3. Gunawidjaja, R., T. Myint and H. Eilers (2012). “A Factorial Design Approach for Pressureless Sintering in Air of (Pb,La)(Zr,Ti)O3 Synthesized Via Coprecipitation of Oxide-Alkoxides.” Ceramics International 38(1): 775-786.
  4. Kwak, H., J. Xiao and S. Chaudhuri (2012). “Atoms-to-Grains Corrosion Modeling for Magnesium Alloys.” Magnesium Technology 2012: 5-9.
  5. Markevicius, G., S. Chaudhuri, C. Bajracharya, R. Rastogi, J. Xiao, C. Burnett and T. Q. Chastek (2012). “Polyoligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS)–Hydrogenated Polybutadiene Polyurethane Coatings for Corrosion Inhibition of AA2024.” Progress in Organic Coatings 75(4): 319-327.
  6. Myint, T., R. Gunawidjaja and H. Eilers (2012). “Spectroscopic Properties of Nanophase Eu-Doped ZrO2 and Its Potential Application for Fast Temperature Sensing under Extreme Conditions.” The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116(40): 21629-21634.
  7. Qiao, D. and A. Peker (2012). “Enhanced Glass Forming Ability in Zr-Based Bulk Metallic Glasses with Hf Addition.” Intermetallics 24(0): 115-119.
  8. Wen, B. and H. Eilers (2012). “Potential Interference Mechanism for the Detection of Explosives via Laser-Based Standoff Techniques.” Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics 106(2): 473-482.
  9. Xiao, J. and S. Chaudhuri (2012). “Design of Anti-Icing Coatings Using Supercooled Droplets as Nano-to-Microscale Probes.” Langmuir 28(9): 4434-4446.