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3 Newest Publications about the topic dilutersrss
22-03-2013 | Martin Z. Bazant, Accounts of Chemical Research, 2013
Advances in the fields of catalysis and electrochemical energy conversion often involve nanoparticles, which can have kinetics surprisingly different from the bulk material. Classical theories of chemical kinetics assume independent reactions in dilute solutions, whose rates are determined by ...
05-04-2012 | Peter G. Burke, Trevor E. Buehl, Pernot Gilles, Hong Lu, Ali Shakouri, Chris J. Palmstrom, John E. Bowers, Arthur C. ..., Journal of Electronic Materials, 2012
Under certain growth conditions in molecular beam epitaxy, erbium, indium, gallium, and arsenic form a two-phase composite, consisting of ErAs nanoparticles embedded in dilute Er-doped In0.53Ga0.47As. This paper further explores the effect of growth conditions, specifically growth ...
22-12-2010 | A. B. Shubin, E. A. Popova, K. Yu. Shunyaev, E. A. Pastukhov, Russian Metallurgy (Metally), 2010
The structures of two-phase alloys that form upon slow solidification of a dilute Al-Sc melt containing a small amount of titanium additives (0.06 wt %) are studied. Near-spherical scandium trialuminide particles having a considerable linear size (up to 10–20 μm) are found to grow. The study ...