To view this presentation:

  • If you have an MRS account, click the Login button above.
  • New to MRS?  Create a free account here



  0       0

2014 MRS Fall Meeting


TT1.01 - The Use of Coherent X-Rays to Study the Dynamics of Surfaces and Interfaces


Dec 1, 2014 9:00am ‐ Dec 1, 2014 9:30am

Description

With the advent of high brilliance X-ray sources such as the so-called Third Generation Synchrotron Radiation Sources, the X-Ray Free Electron Laser Sources and the planned Diffraction Limited Storage Rings, experiments using coherent X-ray beams to study the structure and dynamics of materials are becoming increasingly popular. In this talk we will briefly review the use of X-ray Photon Correlation Spectroscopy at Grazing Incidence to study the dynamics of surfaces and interfaces. Applications have ranged from the study of liquid and polymeric surface fluctuations, to dynamics of buried inhomogeneous nanostructures, domains in magnetic films, reconfigurations at metal surfaces and non-equilibrium phenomena. We will also discuss possible future developments in this area of research.

This work has been supported by Grants Nos. DE-SC0003678 and DE-FG02-04ER46173 from Basic Energy Sciences, U.S. Department of Energy.

Speaker(s):

You must be logged in and own this session in order to post comments.

Print Certificate
Review Answers
Print Transcript
Completed on: token-completed_on
Review Answers
Please select the appropriate credit type:
/
test_id: 
credits: 
completed on: 
rendered in: 
* - Indicates answer is required.
token-content

token-speaker-name
token-index
token-content
token-index
token-content
token-index
token-content
token-index
token-content
token-index
token-content
token-index
token-content
/
/
token-index
token-content
token-index
token-content