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82 Newest Publications about the topic cruciblesrss
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27-Nov-2016 | Author(s): Stefan Greiner, Sheng-Chun Chou, Thomas Schleid, Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 2016
Publication date: February 2017 Source:Journal of Solid State Chemistry, Volume 246 Author(s): Stefan Greiner, Sheng-Chun Chou, Thomas Schleid Scandium fluoride oxoselenate(IV) ScF[SeO3] and scandium oxide oxoselenate(IV) Sc2O2[SeO3] could be synthesized through solid-state reactions. ...
17-Nov-2016 | Hai L. Feng, Kazunari Yamaura, Liu Hao Tjeng, Martin Jansen, ChemInform, 2016
Abstract Polycrystalline samples of Ba2MOsO6 (M: Sc (I), In (II)) are prepared by solid state reactions of 4:1:2 molar mixtures of BaO2M2O3, and OsO2 (Al2O3 crucibles in quartz ampoules, 950—1025 °C, 96 h).
07-Sep-2016 | Espen Undheim, Kai Erik Ekstrøm, Lars Arnberg, Randi Holmestad, Marisa Di Sabatino, physica status solidi (c), 2016
Abstract The nucleation mechanism for directional solidification of multicrystalline silicon (mc‐Si) in silicon nitride (Si3N4) coated crucibles has been investigated. A combination of thermal and particle size analysis was used to show that the nucleation undercooling was inversely ...
01-Aug-2016 | Jeffrey LeBlanc; John Quanci; Marco J. Castaldi, Energy & Fuels, 2016
The pyrolysis of agglomerating coal was analyzed by thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) coupled to microgas chromatography (μGC) to determine the effects of reactor confinement on solid product yield, tar evolution, and gas composition. The primary volatile products generated from pyrolysis are ...
22-Jul-2016 | Pirmin Stueble, Angela Berroth, Caroline Roehr, ChemInform, 2016
Abstract The FeII/III mixed cluster compounds Rb7[Fe4Te8], K7[Fe4Te8], K6[Fe4Se8], and K5Fe2Te5 are prepared by solid state reaction of stoichiometric amounts of the elements (Al2O3 crucibles sealed in steel autoclaves, 800—900 °C).
27-Apr-2016 | Yanfeng Li, Xiaofeng Wang, Kangzhen Xu, Bozhou Wang, Jirong Song, Fengqi Zhao, Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics, 2016
Abstract Hermetic thermal behavior of 3,4‐diaminofurazan (DAF) was studied by DSC method with special high‐pressure hermetic crucibles. The complete exothermic decomposition process of DAF can be provided. The extrapolated onset temperature, peak temperature, and enthalpy of decomposition at a ...
21-Apr-2016 | E. T. Magnavita, C. Rettori, J. M. Osorio‐Guillen, F. F. Ferreira, L. Mendonca‐Ferreira, M. A. Avila, R. A. Ribeiro, ChemInform, 2016
Abstract Single crystals of the title compound are prepared from the elements using Sn as a flux (alumina crucibles, 1100 °C, 5 h).
14-Apr-2016 | Peter Wagatha, Philipp Pust, Volker Weiler, Angela S. Wochnik, Peter J. Schmidt, Christina Scheu, Wolfgang Schnick, ChemInform, 2016
Abstract Ca18.75Li10.5 [Al39N55]:Eu2+ (0.5 mol%) is prepared by hot pressing of stoichiometric amounts of Li3N, CaH2, AlN, and EuF3 (Mo‐lined corundum crucibles in an isostatic press, 51.7 MPa N2, 1250 °C, 5 h).
04-Feb-2016 | Qiang Zheng, Frank R. Wagner, Alim Ormeci, Yurii Prots, Ulrich Burkhardt, Marcus Schmidt, Walter Schnelle, Yuri Grin ..., ChemInform, 2016
Abstract The new borides AlNi9B8 (I) and GaNi9B8 (II) are prepared by arc melting of the elements with a 5% excess of Ga for loss compensation followed by annealing (alumina crucibles in evacuated quartz tubes, 920 °C (I) or 895 °C (II), 7 d).
03-Dec-2015 | Deying Luo, Leiming Yu, Hai Wang, Taoyu Zou, Li Luo, Zhu Liu, Zhenghong Lu, ChemInform, 2015
Abstract Cubic MeNH3PbI3‐xClx films of 530 nm thickness and a large crystalline structure are obtained by vacuum deposition using MeNH3I and PbCl2 in the molar ratio of 3:1 as precursors in alumina crucibles, followed by thermal treatment at 70‐120 °C for 1 h.