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Potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KDP) crystals grown along the type-II phase-matching direction were investigated for crystalline and optical perfection. High-resolution X-ray diffraction (HRXRD) technique was used for investigating crystalline perfection. UV–VIS transmission, Mach–Zehnder...
We present an experimental investigation of the contribution of secondary fluorescence to the iron signal in proton-induced X-ray emission (PIXE) channeling measurements of Fe-doped GaN layers. A method for the analysis of the PIXE angular scans has been developed, which is necessary for the...
Metallic artefacts of the cultural heritage are often stored in uncontrolled environmental conditions. They are very sensitive to atmospheric corrosion caused by a succession of wet and dry periods due to variations of relative humidity and temperature. To avoid the complete degradation of the...
The high-temperature transport and thermoelectric characteristics of Ca 3− x Y x Co 4 O 9 ( x =0–0.75) series were studied up to 1000 K. The results reveal that the substitution of Y 3+ for Ca 2+ not only increases resistivity but also gradually alters the transport mechanism. The...
Iron is a powerful chromophore element whose pigmenting properties were the first to be recognized among transition metals. The interest in blue iron minerals as pigments for painting was enhanced with the use of vivianite—a natural hydrated ferrous phosphate, Fe 3 (PO 4 ) 2 ⋅8H 2 O—which...
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy has been used to measure the valence band offset of the ZnO/BaTiO 3 heterojunction grown by metal-organic chemical vapor deposition. The valence band offset (VBO) is determined to be 0.48±0.09 eV, and the conduction band offset (CBO) is deduced to be about 0.75...
This work is trying to fabricate nanostructure, for the first time, on the porous anodic alumina’s (PAA) barrier layer, which has smooth half-sphere structure. The deposition of indium oxide confirms that the materials can completely cover the surface area of the barrier layer. Both chemical...
A high throughput approach for generating combinatorial libraries with varying processing conditions for bulk ceramics has been developed. This approach utilized the linear temperature gradient in a tube furnace to screen a whole temperature range for optimized preparation. With this approach,...
The production of glass represented an important technological achievement, and it was the starting point for the invention of a large variety of materials, produced by processes involving melting, partial or total, and precipitation of new crystalline compounds during cooling. In particular,...
A series of Ni and Ge co-doped manganese nitride materials were fabricated by mechanical ball milling followed by solid-state sintering. Their thermal expansion properties and electrical and thermal conductivities were investigated in the temperature range of 77–300 K. The results show that Ni...
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