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Kinetics and reaction paths for sol-gel derived precursors in the Y-Ba-Cu HTSC system
Hong Alice Wang
Written in English
|Statement||by Hong Alice Wang.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 123 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||123|
Opening with an enlightening contribution on the history of glass, the volume is then divided into eight parts. The first part covers fundamental properties, from the current understanding of the thermodynamics of the amorphous state, kinetics, and linear and nonlinear optical properties through colors, photosensitivity, and chemical durability. That is, the ratio of the pre-exponential factors for the forward and reverse reactions is equal to the relative number of microstates of the products with respect to the reactants. If there are more microstates in the products, then at high temperature the forward rate constant will File Size: 52KB.
Y-Ba-Cu-O high-temperature, superconducting thin films. In particular, attention is given to understanding the mechanism by which different target morphologies are developed, understanding the composition of the plasma plume, and investigating methods to reduce the formation of particulates. This introduction presents an overview of HTSC materials. Chemistry study guide by steph_ includes questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.
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The kinetics of the sol/gel transition have been monitored using gas chromatography which records a decrease in alcohol fraction during polymerization, and using titration which records water absorption during hydrolyzation.
Once the sol/gel transition is reached, the result is a monolithic gel which continues to polymerize without additional by: Systematic investigation of sol–gel process in the Y–Ba–Cu–O acetate–tartrate system was performed using IR spectroscopy. Different values of synthesis parameters (temperature and.
The effect on the phase composition and range limits of existence of intermediate and superconducting phases in Y−Ba−Cu−O-system doped with at.% of57Fe are investigated and the obtained results are : A.
Zhetbaev, M. Vereschak, S. Ahmetova, T. Belko, L. Zhantikina. The study presented deal with preparation of batches of the system Y-Ba-Cu-O using sol-gel method and citric acid as precursor.
Batches with particle size of nm containing each of the phases Y and Y were prepared. The stoichiometric amounts of Y, Ba and Cu oxides were dissolved in 65% HNO3 until clear blue solution was observed under heating to 80 : Plamen Pashev, Rositsa Raykova, Yancho Hristov, Bogdan Bogdanov.
Using dynamic X-ray diffraction (DXRD), three binary reaction sets with stoichiometries equal to that present in the Y-Ba-Cu high-Tc; superconductor and having two different particle sizes.
The kinetics of swelling and shrinking of gels is theoretically generalized and experimentally studied. A new relation, in addition to the differential equation developed by Tanaka and Fillmore, is formulated to solve the kinetics of gels having arbitrary shape. Using our new theory, we provide explicit solutions for long cylinder and large disk gels.
These solutions predict that the effective Cited by: The results in sol-gel chemistry can be used to decide on the necessities in the preparation of stable sol–gel precursors with a minimum amount of organic compounds.
The sol–gel system was also used for the deposition of high textured superconducting thin films on STO substrates by dip coating. The synthesized YBCO showed a superconducting Cited by: Crystallization kinetics of amorphous Y 3 Al 5 O 12 from crystalline precursor.
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Despite the great potential of heteroatom-containing polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in organic optoelectronics, there are very limited reports on heteroaromatics containing a B–N–B bond in the π-scaffold. Herein, stable 1,9-dibora-9a-azaphenalenyl (DBAP) derivatives, named BNB-embedded phenalenyls, are presented.
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Under mild conditions (25 °C, 1 atm H2), the supported Cp*ZrMe3, Cp*ZrBz3, and Cp*ZrPh3 catalysts are very active for benzene hydrogenation with activities declining with decreasing acidity, ZrS ≫ AlS ≈ ZrW, arguing that more Brønsted acidic oxides (those having.
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