His primary areas of study are Metallurgy, Thin film, Alloy, Microstructure and Condensed matter physics. His Metallurgy research incorporates themes from Transmission electron microscopy, Spinodal decomposition, Phase and Ferromagnetism. His Thin film research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallography, Composite material, Texture, Magnetic anisotropy and Coercivity.
His Alloy research integrates issues from Electron diffraction, Cobalt, Precipitation and Thermodynamics. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallization and Nanotechnology as well as Microstructure. David E. Laughlin has researched Condensed matter physics in several fields, including Magnetic domain, Magnetic hysteresis and Scanning electron microscope.
David E. Laughlin spends much of his time researching Thin film, Condensed matter physics, Microstructure, Metallurgy and Coercivity. His research integrates issues of Composite material, Texture, Grain size and Analytical chemistry in his study of Thin film. His Analytical chemistry study which covers Amorphous solid that intersects with Nanocrystalline material.
In his research on the topic of Condensed matter physics, Anisotropy is strongly related with Magnetic anisotropy. He usually deals with Microstructure and limits it to topics linked to Transmission electron microscopy and Crystallography. His work is dedicated to discovering how Metallurgy, Phase are connected with Thermodynamics and other disciplines.
David E. Laughlin mainly focuses on Condensed matter physics, Thin film, Metallurgy, Microstructure and Phase. David E. Laughlin interconnects Magnetic anisotropy, Magnetization and Grain boundary in the investigation of issues within Condensed matter physics. In Grain boundary, he works on issues like Transmission electron microscopy, which are connected to Crystallography.
He has included themes like Layer, Composite material and Texture in his Thin film study. David E. Laughlin studied Microstructure and Analytical chemistry that intersect with Solid-state physics. His Phase research incorporates elements of Nanotechnology and Thermodynamics.
His primary areas of investigation include Condensed matter physics, Ferromagnetism, Metallurgy, Phase and Thin film. His Ferromagnetism study incorporates themes from Paramagnetism, Magnetization, Magnetic refrigeration and Antiferromagnetism. His work deals with themes such as Classical nucleation theory and Crystallization, Thermodynamics, which intersect with Phase.
His study in Thin film is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Layer, Coercivity, Grain boundary and Diffraction. He combines subjects such as Amorphous solid and Crystallography with his study of Nucleation. In his study, Magnetic anisotropy is strongly linked to Microstructure, which falls under the umbrella field of Grain size.
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Amorphous and nanocrystalline materials for applications as soft magnets
Michael E McHenry;Matthew A Willard;David E Laughlin.
Progress in Materials Science (1999)
Phase relations and precipitation in Al–Mg–Si alloys with Cu additions
D.J Chakrabarti;David E Laughlin.
Progress in Materials Science (2004)
Structure and magnetic properties of (Fe0.5Co0.5)88Zr7B4Cu1 nanocrystalline alloys
M. A. Willard;D. E. Laughlin;M. E. McHenry;D. Thoma.
Journal of Applied Physics (1998)
NANO-SCALE MATERIALS DEVELOPMENT FOR FUTURE MAGNETIC APPLICATIONS
M.E. McHenry;D.E. Laughlin.
Acta Materialia (2000)
Precipitation hardening in aluminum alloy 6022
W.F Miao;D.E Laughlin.
Scripta Materialia (1999)
Effects of Cu Content and Preaging on Precipitation Characteristics in Aluminum Alloy 6022
W. F. Miao;D. E. Laughlin.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2000)
L–10 ordering and microstructure of FePt thin films with Cu, Ag, and Au additive
C. L. Platt;K. W. Wierman;E. B. Svedberg;R. van de Veerdonk.
Journal of Applied Physics (2002)
Effects of Ag underlayers on the microstructure and magnetic properties of epitaxial FePt thin films
Yu-Nu Hsu;Sangki Jeong;David E. Laughlin;David N. Lambeth.
Journal of Applied Physics (2001)
Spinodal decomposition in age hardening copper-titanium alloys
David E. Laughlin;David E. Laughlin;John W. Cahn.
Acta Metallurgica (1975)
The Cu-S (Copper-Sulfur) system
D. J. Chakrabarti;D. E. Laughlin.
Bulletin of Alloy Phase Diagrams (1983)
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