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LI Xiangyang, LU Ye, MENG Xiangjian, WANG Jianlu, WANG Reng, CHEN Lidong, HUA Zile, LI Xiaoya, SHI Jianlin, LIU Jinfeng, XU Guisheng, WEI Bingbo, XIE Wenjun, YIN Zhigang, ZHANG Xingwang, JIANG Hongxiang, LI Hong, LUO Xinghong, ZHANG Haifeng, ZHAO Jiuzhou, WANG Binbin, PAN Mingxiang. Materials Experiment on Tiangong-2 Space Laboratory[J]. 空间科学学报, 2018, 38(5): 829-835. doi: 10.11728/cjss2018.05.829
引用本文: LI Xiangyang, LU Ye, MENG Xiangjian, WANG Jianlu, WANG Reng, CHEN Lidong, HUA Zile, LI Xiaoya, SHI Jianlin, LIU Jinfeng, XU Guisheng, WEI Bingbo, XIE Wenjun, YIN Zhigang, ZHANG Xingwang, JIANG Hongxiang, LI Hong, LUO Xinghong, ZHANG Haifeng, ZHAO Jiuzhou, WANG Binbin, PAN Mingxiang. Materials Experiment on Tiangong-2 Space Laboratory[J]. 空间科学学报, 2018, 38(5): 829-835. doi: 10.11728/cjss2018.05.829
LI Xiangyang, LU Ye, MENG Xiangjian, WANG Jianlu, WANG Reng, CHEN Lidong, HUA Zile, LI Xiaoya, SHI Jianlin, LIU Jinfeng, XU Guisheng, WEI Bingbo, XIE Wenjun, YIN Zhigang, ZHANG Xingwang, JIANG Hongxiang, LI Hong, LUO Xinghong, ZHANG Haifeng, ZHAO Jiuzhou, WANG Binbin, PAN Mingxiang. Materials Experiment on Tiangong-2 Space Laboratory[J]. Journal of Space Science, 2018, 38(5): 829-835. doi: 10.11728/cjss2018.05.829
Citation: LI Xiangyang, LU Ye, MENG Xiangjian, WANG Jianlu, WANG Reng, CHEN Lidong, HUA Zile, LI Xiaoya, SHI Jianlin, LIU Jinfeng, XU Guisheng, WEI Bingbo, XIE Wenjun, YIN Zhigang, ZHANG Xingwang, JIANG Hongxiang, LI Hong, LUO Xinghong, ZHANG Haifeng, ZHAO Jiuzhou, WANG Binbin, PAN Mingxiang. Materials Experiment on Tiangong-2 Space Laboratory[J]. Journal of Space Science, 2018, 38(5): 829-835. doi: 10.11728/cjss2018.05.829

Materials Experiment on Tiangong-2 Space Laboratory

doi: 10.11728/cjss2018.05.829
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    PAN Mingxiang,panmx@aphy.iphy.ac.cn

Materials Experiment on Tiangong-2 Space Laboratory

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    PAN Mingxiang,panmx@aphy.iphy.ac.cn

  • 摘要: During the China's Tiangong-2 (TG-2) flight mission, the experiments of 18 kinds of material samples were conducted in space by using a Multiple Materials Processing Furnace (MMPF) mounted in the orbital module of the TG-2 space laboratory. After the experiments of 12 kinds of samples of the first and second batches were completed successfully, astronauts packed and brought them back to the ground by ShenzhouⅡ spacecraft. By studying processing and formation on semiconductor and optoelectronics materials, metal alloys and metastable materials, functional single-crystal, micro-and nano-composite materials encapsulated in sample ampoules both in space and on Earth, we expect to explore some physical and chemical processes and mechanism of the materials formation that are normally obscured and therefore are difficult to study quantitatively on the ground due to the gravity-induced convection, to obtain the processing and synthesis technology for preparing high quality materials, and lead to the improvement and development of materials processing techniques on Earth, and also develop the experiment device and comprehensive ability for materials experiment in microgravity environment. This report briefly introduces the main points of each research work and preliminary comparative analysis results of 12 samples carried out by scientists undertaking research task.

     

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  • 收稿日期:  2018-06-22
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