Stan Veprek mostly deals with Nanocomposite, Composite material, Amorphous solid, Analytical chemistry and Tin. His Nanocomposite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Elastic modulus, Nitride and Nanostructure. The concepts of his Nanostructure study are interwoven with issues in Fracture mechanics, Annealing and Thermal stability.
His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nanocrystal, Nanotechnology and Crystallite. His Amorphous solid research incorporates elements of Chemical vapor deposition, Silicon, Amorphous carbon, Thin film and Nanocrystalline material. Stan Veprek combines subjects such as Absorption, Evaporation, Metallurgy and Condensed matter physics with his study of Analytical chemistry.
Stan Veprek focuses on Composite material, Nanocomposite, Tin, Nanotechnology and Analytical chemistry. In most of his Composite material studies, his work intersects topics such as Nanocrystalline material. His work carried out in the field of Nanocomposite brings together such families of science as Nanostructure, Monolayer, Metallurgy, Machining and Thermal stability.
His Nanostructure research incorporates themes from Nanocrystal and Annealing. His research investigates the link between Tin and topics such as Heterojunction that cross with problems in Atmospheric temperature range. He focuses mostly in the field of Analytical chemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Silicon and, in certain cases, Amorphous silicon.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Elastic modulus, Nanocomposite, Condensed matter physics and Tin. His research in Composite material intersects with topics in Nanocrystalline material, Cathode and Crystallite. His Nanocomposite study incorporates themes from Metallurgy and Machining.
In the field of Condensed matter physics, his study on Phonon overlaps with subjects such as Valence. His study focuses on the intersection of Tin and fields such as Heterojunction with connections in the field of Monolayer and Atmospheric temperature range. His studies deal with areas such as Annealing and Solid solution as well as Nanotechnology.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Elastic modulus, Spinodal, Density functional theory, Nanocomposite and Monolayer. His Elastic modulus research integrates issues from Crystallography and Electronic structure, Condensed matter physics. His Nanocomposite study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Chemical engineering.
His Monolayer research includes themes of Relaxation, Heterojunction, Atmospheric temperature range, Molecular physics and Tin. His Crystallite research focuses on Composite material and how it connects with Compressibility and Crystal. He combines subjects such as Annealing and Nanotechnology with his study of Silicon.
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Different approaches to superhard coatings and nanocomposites
Stan Veprek;Maritza G.J. Veprek-Heijman;Pavla Karvankova;Jan Prochazka.
Thin Solid Films (2005)
Raman scattering from hydrogenated microcrystalline and amorphous silicon
Z Iqbal;S Veprek.
Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics (1982)
Composition, nanostructure and origin of the ultrahardness in nc-TiN/a-Si3N4/a- and nc-TiSi2 nanocomposites with HV= 80 to ≥ 105 GPa
S. Veprek;A. Niederhofer;Keba Moto;T. Bolom.
Surface & Coatings Technology (2000)
Effect of grain boundaries on the Raman spectra, optical absorption, and elastic light scattering in nanometer-sized crystalline silicon
S. Veprek;F. A. Sarott;Z. Iqbal.
Physical Review B (1987)
Industrial applications of superhard nanocomposite coatings
Stan Veprek;Maritza J.G. Veprek-Heijman.
Surface & Coatings Technology (2008)
Structural Nanocrystalline Materials: Fundamentals and Applications
Carl C. Koch;Ilya A. Ovid'ko;Sudipta Seal;Stan Veprek.
Towards the understanding of mechanical properties of super- and ultrahard nanocomposites
Stan Veprek;Ali S. Argon.
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B (2002)
New development in superhard coatings: the superhard nanocrystalline-amorphous composites
Thin Solid Films (1998)
Mechanism of the deactivation of Hopcalite catalysts studied by XPS, ISS, and other techniques
S. Veprek;D. L. Cocke;S. Kehl;H. R. Oswald.
Journal of Catalysis (1986)
Mechanical properties of superhard nanocomposites
Stan Veprek;Ali S Argon.
Surface & Coatings Technology (2001)
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