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  1. Resources for Materials Science and Engineering

    Ab initio electronic structure simulation tools ABINIT :ABINIT is a package whose main program allows to find the total energy, charge density and electronic structure of systems made...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/MaterialScienceSimulationTools

  2. Aluminum-Rich Bulk Alloys: an Energy Storage Material for Splitting Water to Make Hydrogen Gas on Demand

    The two major barriers to realizing a viable large-scale hydrogen economy are hydrogen storage and economically viable “green” hydrogen production. The current two preferred methods of hydrogen...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/SplittingWaterUsingAluminum

  3. NCN at Northwestern Tools

    NCN@Northwestern Tool Support We have identified a list of tools for which we commit the following level of service: monitor support tickets, questions, and wishlists and provide a...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/NCNatNWTools

  4. NCN at Purdue Tools

    NCN@Purdue Tool Support We have identified a list of tools for which we commit the following level of service: monitor support tickets, questions, and wishlists and provide a response...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/NCNatPurdueTools

  5. NCN at Berkeley Tools

    NCN@Berkeley Tool Support We have identified a list of tools for which we commit the following level of service: monitor support tickets, questions, and wishlists and provide a response...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/NCNatBerkeleyTools

  6. NCN Nanomaterials

    Nanomaterials is the study of materials with structure whose size is in the scale of 1-100nm. Materials with this size characteristic can have unique chemical, electrical, optical, thermal and...

    http://nanohub.org/wiki/NCNNanomaterials

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