The characteristic time to complete healing is given as the reptation time, also being the time that interdiffusion
comes to an end.
In the paper we study the model of interdiffusion
introduced in  and in some special case in , in the one-dimensional and the multidimensional cases.
The sharp edge near the SDC layer indicates no interdiffusion
with the barrier layer.
So we can say interdiffusion
coefficient for Al in [beta]-Ti is about [D.sub.s] = (6 ~ 11) x [10.sup.-11] [m.sup.2]/s at about 1530[degrees]C.
The impacts of two important types of interdiffusion
which are Soret (Sr) and Dufour (Df) parameters that arise due to the combination of temperature and concentration gradients in a nanofluid system are depicted in Figures 5 and 6, respectively.
In this work the combined effect of the prepared AuCu alloys and silicides by thermal interdiffusion
in the Au/Cu/Si systems on the morphology and the electrical resistivity of the alloys are described.
Finally, thermal treatment of core-shell structure (QD3 [right arrow] QD4) greatly improved photoluminescence intensity associated with interdiffusion
of Zn ions into the AIS lattice upon alloying process and further annealing .
However, spectra with a slope between the interfaces of each layer imply the interdiffusion
of each sensing layer.
Small angle neutron scattering , fluorescence resonance energy transfer , and transmission spectrophotometry  are often used to study the latex film coalescence or interdiffusion
The suitable oxidation of metal and interdiffusion
of ions between the metal and porcelain is believed to be the main adhesion mechanism in PFM restorations.
Actually, after Brun, the four stages represent the evaporation, particle ordering, particle deformation, and interdiffusion
The editors have organized the contributions that make up the main body of the text in seven chapters devoted to reactions and interdiffusion
in binary and multicomponent systems, ion transport, defects, stresses, and relaxation, and a wide variety of other related subjects.