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This paper reports on the results of investigations of the influence of irradiation of the two-band BCS superconductor MgB 2 by electrons with an average energy ∼ 10 MeV at high doses (0 ≤ ϕ t ≤ ∼2.5 × 10 18 cm −2 ) on the temperature and width of the transition to the superconducting...
The Fe 0.5 TiSe 2 compound with a monoclinic crystal structure has been prepared by intercalation of Fe atoms between Se-Ti-Se sandwiches in the layered structure of TiSe 2 . The crystal and magnetic structures, electrical resistivity, and magnetization of the Fe 0.5 TiSe 2 compound have been...
The effect of copper on dislocation luminescence centers in silicon has been investigated using photoluminescence and transmission electron microscopy. It has been demonstrated that there exist two main mechanisms responsible for quenching of dislocation luminescence by the copper impurity. The...
The thermally stimulated recombination processes and luminescence in crystals of the lithium borate family Li 6 (Y,Gd,Eu)(BO 3 ) 3 have been investigated. The steady-state luminescence spectra under X-ray excitation (X-ray luminescence spectra), the temperature dependences of the X-ray...
The intrinsic defect photoluminescence of hydrogenated amorphous silicon ( a -Si:H) films has been investigated at high intensities of optical pumping that lead to heating of the film. It has been revealed that, for short heating times, the intensity of the defect photoluminescence increases...
Electron scattering in the monolayer graphene has been considered within the framework of our model of short-range defects proposed earlier. Electronic properties are determined by the Dirac equation for the two-component spinor wave function. Perturbation is modeled by the annular well with a...
The specific features of the vibrational spectra of chrysotile asbestos, which is a natural mineral that represents a system of closely packed tubular fibers with an outer diameter of ∼30 nm, an inside diameter of ∼5 nm, and a length up to a centimeter and more, have been investigated using...
The resonant Raman spectra of Zn 1 − x Mg x Te quantum wires have been investigated. The dependences of the frequencies of longitudinal optical phonons of the ZnTe-like and MgTe-like modes (LO1 and LO2) on the photon energy have been found. The character of these dependences correlates with the...
A switching wave has been studied in the VO 2 film during the photoinduced semiconductor-metal phase transition. The dependences of the critical radiation intensities corresponding to the direct and reverse phase transitions on the ambient temperature have been obtained in the framework of the...
The “high strength-low plasticity resource” dilemma associated with the macrolocalization of plastic deformation in the form of a neck in a stretched specimen, which leads to ductile failure of the specimen, has been theoretically discussed in the framework of the dislocation-kinetic...
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