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temperature electron irradiation. III. Hall coefficient

Defect centers in silicon produced by room temperature electron irradiation. III. Hall coefficient studiesn50340* --metals, ceramics, other materials--

the Initial Defects on the Thermal Expansion Coefficients

An approach to obtain the effect of the initial defects on the thermal expansion coefficients of plain weave C / Si C composite was proposed based on

Analysis of Thermal Expansion via Dilatometry | Protocol

and extract a thermal expansion coefficient.due to more significant expansion and contraction which can be attributed to defects in the

Characterization and modeling of sidewall defects in

Characterization and modeling of sidewall defects in selective epitaxial growth due to mismatch in the coefficient of thermal expansion between silicon and

Radiation Expansion and Thermal Expansion in X - Rocksalt.

found: the coefficient of thermal expansion of NaCl is increased by defects, and is rather insensitive to their electronic state or spatial

Thermal Expansion Coefficients for Alkali Halides Containing

Thermal Expansion Coefficients for Alkali Halides Containing Defectsn40000* --chemistrycrystal defectssodium chloridesthermal expansion sodium chlorides/therm

On The Low Temperature Coefficient Of Thermal Expansion Of

Radiation Effects On The Low Temperature Coefficient Of Thermal Expansion Of which can cause electronic defects, leading to such physical effects as

Crystal defects in multicrystalline silicon

Crystal defects in multicrystalline siliconthermal expansion coefficient different from that ofdue to differences in the elasticity module

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coefficient of thermal expansion of a single fiber residual strains evolution due to chemical defects and to improved physical and mechanical

a high conductivity, near-zero temperature coefficient of

Voltage-reduced low-defect graphene oxide: a high conductivity, near-zero temperature coefficient of resistance material doi:10.1039/c8nr08285eNanoscale

coefficients understated due to correctable defects in the

Are validity coefficients understated due to correctable defects in the GPA?doi:10.1007//p>

CICECO » Extrinsic stress induced defects in CVD diamond

A correlation between the generation of extrinsic defects and the stress produced by the thermal expansion coefficient mismatch between CVD polycrystalline

Constant and the Thermal Expansion Coefficient

The Grüneisen Constant and the Thermal Expansion Coefficient of Crystals with Defectsdoi:10.1002/pssb.2220700134O. Litzman