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Title Diffusion in advanced materials / edited by Graeme Murch, Andreas Öchsner and Irina Belova.
Imprint Durnten-Zurich : Trans Tech Publications, [2014]

Series Diffusion foundations ; v. 1
Diffusion foundations ; v. 1.
Subject Diffusion -- Congresses.
Diffusion processes -- Congresses.
Kirkendall effect -- Congresses.
Materials -- Congresses.
Alt Name Murch, G. E.,
Öchsner, Andreas,
Belova, Irina,
Description 1 online resource.
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Contents Diffusion in Advanced Materials; Preface; Table of Contents; Chapter I; Superstructure Transformations in High-Temperature Intermetallic Nanolayers: Atomistic Simulation; Chapter II; A Morphology of Diffusion Zone from Entropy Production Calculations; Chapter III; The Decisive Contributions by L. Boltzmann and C. Matano to the Quantitative Analysis of Diffusion Phenomena; Chapter IV; Hollow Hemisphere Shell Formation by Pure Kirkendall Porosity; Chapter V; Molecular Dynamics of the Transport of Ions in a Synthetic Channel; Chapter VI.
Grain Boundary Diffusion and Grain Boundary Segregation in Metals and AlloysChapter VII; Diffusion in Glassy Metals; Chapter VIII; Defects and Sintering-Induced Diffusion Processes in Yttria-Stabilised Zirconia Nanomaterials Studied by Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy; Chapter IX; Mechanical Activation of Mn-O Oxides: Structural Phase Transitions, Magnetism and Oxygen Isotope Exchange; Chaper X; Peculiarities of Structure and Texture of High-Strength Cu-Nb Composites; Keywords Index; Authors Index.
Summary In the first chapter Prof. Kozubski and colleagues present atomisticsimulations of superstructure transformations of intermetallic nanolayers. In Chapter 2, Prof. Danielewski and colleagues discuss a formalism for themorphology of the diffusion zone in ternary alloys. In Chapter 3, ProfessorsSprengel and Koiwa discuss the classical contributions of Boltzmann andMatano for the analysis of concentration-dependent diffusion. This isfollowed by Chapter 4 by Professor Cserháti and colleagues on the use of Kirkendall porosity for fabricating hollow hemispheres. In Chapter 5,Professor Morton-Blake rep.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and indexes.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783038264620 (electronic bk.)
3038264628 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 881522439
Additional Format Print version: Diffusion in advanced materials 3038350818 (OCoLC)880861801

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