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Materials Science and Engineering - Bachelor's degree

 

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  • Thai, Emily (Emily Sue) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Redox-mediated separation systems offer the potential to efficiently desalinate water and to purify contaminated waste streams, among other health and environmental applications. A TCAQ-based polymer, unique for its ...
  • Tadjfar, Nagisa (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Although germanium production is currently nowhere near its supply potential, many sources cite germanium, a by-product material produced primarily from zinc and coal, as a critical metal. Current methods for assessing ...
  • Rubin, Julia G. (Julia Grace) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Current solar to thermal energy conversion technologies, including concentrated solar power (CSP) and solar water heaters (SWH) utilize absorber surfaces that collect incident solar radiation. However, these absorber ...
  • Garcia, Francisco J., S.B. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    Magnetic nanorings (MNRs) are anisotropic nanomaterials that can support a magnetic vortex state, which can yield both colloidal stability and large hysteretic power losses when exposed to an alternating magnetic field ...
  • Chao, Michelle (Michelle L.) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
    This project aims to create a hydrophobic surface through a top down fabrication process of a nanostructure surface on a glass surface. The nanostructure is created through reactive ion etching utilizing silver as a mask. ...
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