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The Utah State University Materials Physics Group (MPG) performs state-of-the-art ground-based testing of space environment effects on aerospace materials. These include electrical charging and electron transport properties of both conducting and insulating materials; they emphasize studies of electron emission, conductivity, luminescence, and electrostatic discharge. Our research group consists of faculty, graduate, and undergraduate researchers. Publications and presentations are archived here.
Corrugation in the nitrogen-graphite potential probed by inelastic neutron scattering, F. Y. Hansen, L. W. Bruch, H. Taub, V. L. Frank, H. J. Lauter, and JR Dennison; Physical Review Letters
Nature of Carbon-Carbon Bonding in Evaporated and Ion-Sputtered (Diamondlike) Amorphous Carbon from (e, 2e) Spectroscopy, Chao Gao, Yun Yu Wang, A. L. Ritter, and JR Dennison; Physical Review Letters
Layer-by-layer Growth of Solid Argon Films on Graphite as Studied by Neutron Diffraction, J. Larese, Q. Zhang, L. Passell, J. Hastings, JR Dennison, and H. Taub; Physical Review B
Multi-layer Structure of Nitrogen Adsorbed on Graphite, S. K. Wang, J. C. Newton, R. Wang, H. Taub, JR Dennison, and H. Shechter; Physical Review B
Evidence of a Monolayer Liquid Crystal Phase of Hexane Adsorbed on Graphite, J. C. Newton, JR Dennison, S. K. Wang, R. Wang, H. Taub, and H. Shechter; Applied Physics Communications
An Spectrometer for Investigating the Spectral Momentum Density of Thin Films, A. L. Ritter, JR Dennison, and J. Dunn; Review of Scientific Instruments
The Spectral Momentum Density of Amorphous Carbon from (e, 2e) Spectroscopy, A. L. Ritter, JR Dennison, and R. Jones; Physical Review Letters