Characterization of the thermal properties of entropy stabilized oxides and high entropy diborides

Conference Dates

September 17-20, 2017


Entropy stabilized oxides and high entropy diborides are promising new materials capable of withstanding extreme environments consisting of high temperatures and pressures. In these novel materials, thermal characterization is essential for understanding and predicting performance at elevated temperatures. Moreover, these systems provide a unique opportunity to study the nature of thermal transport and phonon scattering in multicomponent, high-entropy materials.

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