interdiffusion


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interdiffusion

[¦in·tər·də′fyü·zhən]
(physical chemistry)
The self-mixing of two fluids, initially separated by a diaphragm.
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It may be explained by the hypothesis that no interdiffusion phenomenon is occurring at the interfaces.
The extent of polymer interdiffusion can be followed by FRET, while the extent of chemical reaction is traced by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), taking advantage of the carbodiimide band at 2128 [cm.
The interdiffusion of elements at the tri-junction regions of the diffusion multiple allows the formation of all the intermediate compounds and the generation of composition variations for all the single phase regions.
Comparative SEM and TEM examination of the ultrastructure of the resin dentin interdiffusion zone.
2:30 The Interdiffusion of Polymeric Gradient Refractive Index
Significant interdiffusion of elements such as Ca into the organic-based phases was observed.
But those who are edgy about leaving their comfort zone often confuse the term to mean interdiffusion, or as Webster puts it, the process of mixing freely so as to approach a homogeneous mixture.
2]S demonstrate ohmic behaviour because the interdiffusion of sulphur through thick films of CIS in the annealing process was deficient for forming In(O,S) onto the surface of ITO.
A nickel barrier thickness of 20 to 50 [micro]inch is adequate to prevent an interdiffusion problem at temperatures as high as 150[degrees]C (solder re-flow operations).
Compositional gradients in xenolith olivine adjacent to type 2 glass pools and jacket glass can be modelled as Fe-Mg interdiffusion profiles tbat indicate melt -- olivine contact times between 0.