Modification of amorphous
silica with silane coupling agents
Alloy with amorphous
structure was produced in the form of a strip of about 60 [micro]m thickness, 15 mm width, and 30-40 m length.
precursor in the form of ribbon is a multi-component alloy consisting of the chemical clusters and free volumes.
This type of crystallization is called heat-set crystallinity, which occurs when amorphous
PET is heated to an elevated temperature.
We pointed out that the degree of orientation of amorphous
chains during uniaxial stretching in water are deeply related to that of polyiodine complexes and consequently to the dichromatic performance of polarizers [24, 25], It was inferred that the oriented amorphous
regions are developed among the adjacent microfibrils rather than in the microfibrils on film stretching , and that poly iodine complexes with a high degree of orientation are formed in the highly oriented amorphous
But when you think about what makes something reactive, you realize that a disordered, amorphous
material has all kinds of defects where a water molecule could easily come in.
In addition, identical samples containing 5 g of the Ultisol (or Alfisol) and various amount of amorphous
because, like today's silicon standby, they lack a regular crystalline structure, and they're oxides because they're made of oxygen compounded with two or three metals.
content of inhalation lactose is the subject of much interest.
This book provides contributions from 21 authors on the characteristics and uses for amorphous
TFT LCD, which was designed specifically for use in mobile phones, where the trend toward slimmer devices is especially pronounced.
An estimated 10 times as hard as quartz yet softer than diamond, carbonia is "the hardest amorphous
material known," says Santoro.