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Ion Accelerator, Beam Lines, and End Stations

  1. Characterization and modeling of the cemented sediment surrounding the Iulia Felix glass.
  2. Asymmetry of radiation damage properties in Al-Ti nanolayers.
  3. Response of nanostructured ferritic alloys to high-dose heavy ion irradiation.
  4. Temperature-dependent Void Formation and Growth At Ion-irradiatedNanocrystalline CeO2–Si Interfaces.
  5. Effect of combined local variations in elastic and inelastic energylosses on the morphology of tracks in ion-irradiated materials.
  1. Predictive models of environmental reaction kinetics made more accurate, scalable (Scaled up)
  2. Scientists gain first quantitative insights into electron transfer from minerals to microbes (Tunable transfer)
  3. EMSL’s Chinook provides a new angle for validating pore-scale flow simulations (Go with the flow)
  4. Nanoclusters in steel add strength, stability under irradiated conditions (A steel trap)
  5. Novel method yields highly reactive, highly hydroxylated TiO2 surface (Water, Sun, Energy)