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Published on August 24, 2017
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Spotlight from the ESRF: Fast in-situ nanoimaging of particle sintering

ESRF Spotlight Nanotomogrpahie de frittage ultra-rapide

ESRF Spotlight Nanotomogrpahie de frittage ultra-rapide

Neck curvature, a parameter critical to the understanding of sintering, was determined precisely for the first time for the sintering of a glass powder. This was achieved by studying the microstructure evolution during sintering by high-temperature in-situ nanotomography using an unprecedented combination of fast scan time and high resolution.

Those results are gathered in a paper in Materials Today journal and are also the subject of a ESRF' SPOTLIGHT ON SCIENCE.

Ref. Fast in situ 3D nanoimaging: a new tool for dynamic characterization in materials science, J. Villanova, R. Daudin, P. Lhuissier, D. Jauffrès, S. Lou, C.L. Martin, S. Labouré, R. Tucoulou, G. Martínez-Criado, L. Salvo, Materials Today (2017); doi: 10.1016/j.mattod.2017.06.0



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Written by Muriel Braccini

Date of update August 24, 2017

Communauté Université Grenoble Alpes
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