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The structural and electrical properties of (1-x)PbZr 0.52 Ti 0.48 O 3 –xBaFe 0.5 Nb 0.5 O 3 ceramics system with the composition near the morphotropic phase boundary were investigated as a function of the BaFe 0.5 Nb 0.5 O 3 content by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and dielectric measurement...
We investigated the stress evolution during molecular-beam epitaxy of bilayer InAs/GaAs(001) quantum dot (QD) structures in real time and with sub-monolayer precision using an in-situ cantilever beam setup. During growth of the InAs at 470 °C a stress of 5.1 GPa develops in the wetting layer, in...
X-ray radiography plays an important role in the study of artworks and archaeological artifacts. The internal structure of objects provides information on genesis, authenticity, painting technique, material condition and conservation history. Transmission radiography, however, does not provide...
We propose a method for deterministic implantation of single atoms into solids which relies on a linear ion trap as an ion source. Our approach allows a deterministic control of the number of implanted atoms and a spatial resolution of less than 1 nm. Furthermore, the method is expected to work...
We report on the formation of voids of 200–300 nm in diameter by single femtosecond pulses (800 nm/150 fs/ <100 nJ) inside silica glass. The mechanism of void formation can be understood in terms of dielectric breakdown and shock wave formation. The voids were recorded below the threshold of...
Bone is a dynamic tissue which records and partially stores a relevant amount of biological and biomechanical information. In paleobiological investigation, a satisfactory access to this hidden archive is limited by the unavoidable need to assure integrity of the fossil record. According to our...
Paleontologists are quite recent newcomers among the users of X-ray synchrotron imaging techniques at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF). Studies of the external morphological characteristics of a fossil organism are not sufficient to extract all the information for a...
The information that can be retrieved from the study of ancient materials and studies on their conservation rely strongly on the development and application of new techniques of physical analysis. This is particularly important at a time when global changes affecting our environment and way of...
The momentum transfer and the specific impulse of the ablative laser propulsion of nanosecond laser irradiation on copper, lead, aluminum and graphite targets are investigated. The effects of the ambient pressure and laser focal spot sizes on the target momentum are measured. The results show...
This work reports the results of an archaeometrical investigation of opaque Roman glass and is mainly focussed on the role of configuration and oxidation state of copper on the colour and opacity of red and green opaque finds (mosaic tesserae, game counters, and glass artefacts) from Sicily and...
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