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Title Npj Materials degradation
Published [London] ; New York : Nature Pub. Group, 2017-
Began 2017
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Description Online resource
Series Part of the npj Nature Partner Journals
Summary Publishes high-quality papers reporting significant advances in basic and applied research on the degradation of metallic and non-metallic materials. We broadly define materials degradation as a reduction in the ability of a material to perform its task in-service as a result of environmental exposure. Topics of interest to the journal include - though are not limited to - the following: corrosion of metals; long-term stability and durability of glasses, minerals and cements; weathering and light/heat induced damage to polymers; degradation of ceramics by extreme temperatures/stresses; irradiation-induced damage to metals and ceramics etc. Representative journal scope includes: Degradation of metals, glasses, minerals, polymers, ceramics, cements and composites in natural and engineered environments, as a result of various stimuli: chemical, heat, light, mechanical stress, irradiation etc., and combinations of these - Computational and experimental studies of degradation mechanisms and kinetics - Characterization of degradation, in terms of changes to structure and material properties, by traditional and emerging techniques - New approaches and technologies for enhancing resistance to degradation, ranging from materials design to coatings - Inspection and monitoring techniques for materials in-service, such as sensing technologies
Notes Published in partnership with Chinese Society for Corrosion and Protection ; and the University of Science and Technology Beijing
Editors-in-Chief: Professor Nick Birbilis and Dr. St├ęphane Gin
1 (2020) first articles; title from contents page, viewed Springer Nature (February 21, 2020)
4 (2020); (Springer Nature, viewed February 21, 2020)
Subject Corrosion and anti-corrosives -- Research -- Periodicals
Materials science -- Periodicals
Corrosion resistant alloys -- Periodicals
Electronics -- Periodicals
Form Electronic journal
Author Birbilis, Nick
Gin, St├ęphane
Zhongguo fu shi yu fang hu xue hui
Beijing ke ji da xue
LC no. 2020204002
ISSN 2397-2106
ABBREV TI Npj Mater. degrad
OTHER TI Npj Materials degradation
Other Titles Materials degradation