The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Joint Institute for Advanced Materials


Claudia J. Rawn

Claudia Rawn

Joint Faculty/Assistant Professor
Department of Materials Science and Engineering

PhD, Materials Science and Engineering
University of Arizona

Research Bio



Research Interests

  • Neutron and X-ray powder diffraction, small molecule crystallography, ceramic synthesis, structure/property relations

Selected Publications

J.-W. Moon, L.W. Yeary, A.J. Rondinone, C.J. Rawn, M.J. Kirkham, Y. Roh, L.J. Love, and T.J. Phelps, “Magnetic Response of Microbially Synthesized Transition Metal- and Lanthanide-Substituted Nano-Sized Magnetites”, J. Magn. Magn. Mater., 313, 283-292 (2007).

S.A. Hutchens, R.S. Benson, B.R. Evans, H.M. O’Neill, and C.J. Rawn, “Biomemetic Synthesis of Calicum-Deficient Hydroxyapatite in a Natural Hydrogel”, Biomaterials, 27, 4661-4670 (2006).

B.A. Pint, S.A. Speakman, C.J. Rawn, and Y. Zhang, “Deformation and Phase Transformations during the Cyclic Oxidation of Ni-Al and Ni-Pt-Al”, JOM, 58, 47-52 (2006).

J.J. Yang, C.J. Rawn, C-X. Ji, Y.A. Chang, Y. Chen, R. Ragan, D.A.A. Ohlberg, R.S. Williams, “Thermal Expansion Coefficient of Rare Earth Metal Disilicides and their Influence on the Growth of Disilicide Nanowires, Appl. Phys. A, 82, 39-42 (2006).

L.W. Yeary, J-W. Moon, L.J. Love, J.R. Thompson, C.J. Rawn, and T.J. Phelps, “Magnetic Properties of Bio-Synthesized Magnetite Nanoparticles”, IEEE Trans. Magn., 41, 4383-4389 (2005).

C.J. Rawn, J.H. Schneibel, and C.L. Fu, “Thermal Expansion Anisotropy and Site Occupation of the Pseudo-Binary Molybdenum Vanadium Silicide Mo5Si3-V5Si3”, Acta Materialia, 53, 2431-2437 (2005).

Contact Information

Claudia J. Rawn
331 Ferris Hall
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-2100
865-974-5340
crawn@utk.edu

 

 


 

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