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Category B: Materials by Properties

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Materials research and development frequently focuses on specific groups of materials because they have a particular property of high technological value. The names in this section have been cataloged by the individual's interest in special materials properties that are commonly covered in MRS meetings and publications.

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B1.31

Superconductors

357

612

B2.31

Metals

  1. Thin film metallization
  2. Mechanical properties

559

174
386

935

279
659

B3.31

Semiconductors

  1. Si-crystalline
  2. Si-amorphous
  3. II-VI
  4. III-V
  5. Other

2,545

365
112
309
931
1,921

5,106

699
253
512
1,598
4,000

B4.31

Ceramics

  1. Optical properties
  2. Electrical properties
  3. Mechanical properties

2,188

724
1,741
292

4,365

1,373
3,418
573

B5.31

Polymers/Organics

  1. Optical properties
  2. Electrical properties
  3. Mechanical properties

1,854

1,313
1,401
889

4,475

3,144
3,451
2,091

B6.31

Composites & Interfaces

  1. Metal matrix
  2. Ceramic matrix
  3. Polymer matrix
  4. Metal/semiconductor
  5. Metal/ceramic
  6. Metal/polymer
  7. Dielectric/semiconductor
  8. Semiconductor/semiconductor

2,276

112
229
1,366
157
220
505
353
516

4,326

178
416
2,544
271
443
1,120
729
933

B7.31

B8.31

B9.31

B10.31

B11.31

B12.31

Magnetic

Hydrogenated

Porous/Gel/Cellular

Nanoscale

Carbon Materials

Biomaterials

  1. Synthetic polymers
  2. Protein-based
  3. Inorganics

542

62

1,952

6,271

2,964

2,132

1,709
1,584
961

985

122

4,318

13,504

6,370

4,783

3,845
3,565
2,286