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In this study, sol-gel derived SiO 2 fibers were prepared by mixing tetraethyl orthosilicate, ethanol, water and hydrochloric acid. Fibrous SiO 2 was drawn by using a viscous solution. Dried gel fibers were final heat-treated at 1000, 1100, 1200 and 1300°C for 1 h in air. Crystallinity of the...
Single (Gd and Pr) and mixed rare earth (Di—a mixture of four rare earths La, Pr, Nd & Sm) heptamolybdates grow as platelet, multifacetted crystals and spherulites when corresponding rare earth chloride ions are made to react with ammonium paramolybdate. Various spherulitic formations are...
This paper reports the thermoluminescent characteristics of a new production of perovskite KMgF 3 activated by Lu ions. Linearity, reproducibility, fading and other properties have been investigated. Because of the presence of 40 K in the compound, the self dose effect has been investigated....
Conducting carbon black (CB), one of the intrinsic semi-conductors, was added into matrix polypropylene (PP) to prepare conducting composites by means of the melt processing method. Another component EVA was mixed into the composites in order to lower the percolation threshold. The percolation...
The effect of different heat treatments (T5 and T6) on mechanical properties, fracture behavior and damage evolution of A356 Thixocast aluminum alloy have been examined in detail in the present work. Tensile tests of the material have been performed in the as cast and as treated conditions in...
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