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fabrication, handy integration into devices, low dielectric constant, high electro-optic coefficient value, and resistance to laser damages. Polar organic crystals, which form noncentrosymmetric crystal structures, are attracting much interest due to their

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Introduction Complex oxides with perovskite-like crystal structures are of great interest due to their unique properties: high-temperature superconductivity, colossal magnetoresistance [ 1 , 2 ], photocatalytic activity in

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anatase crystal structure is more favorable than rutile as it is more active with band gap energy of 3.2 eV than rutile (3.0 eV) [ 29 , 30 ]. Consequently, the reason for the increase in the photocatalytic activity of film B should be ascribed to

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temperatures which may lead to changes in crystal structure and the formation of new phases without the dangerous properties. This method can be realized by the conventional thermal treatment [ 6 , 23 – 27 ] or with the use of microwave radiation [ 3 , 28

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destroyed and crystalline ferrous ferrocyanide with undetermined crystal structure was formed. On the other hand, when the PB sample was heated in air at 410 °C they obtained magnetite in addition to the above-mentioned phases. Other study on PB

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Molecular and crystal structure of diaqua-sulphato(pyridoxal semicarbazone-ONO)iron(II) and dichloroaqua(pyridoxal semicarbazone-ONO)iron(III) complexes with tridentate ONO pyridoxal semicarbazone ligand, PLSC, of formula [FeII(PLSC)(H2O)2SO4] and [FeIII(PLSC)(H2O)Cl2]Cl is reported. Thermal decomposition of the compounds was followed in argon and air gas carriers. The dequation mechanism is discussed in the view of the crystal structure, emphasizing the complexity of the related parameters and processes.

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: T. Tanaka, J. Magoshi, Y. Magoshi, B. Lotz, S.-I. Inoue, M. Kobayashi, H. Tsuda, M. Becker, Zh. Han, and Sh. Nakamura

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The crystal structure, thermal properties and growth rates of spherulites of the Tussah silk fibroin, produced upon drying of the silk taken directly from the lumen which is essentially a poly(L-alanine)polypeptide, are investigated. Depending on casting conditions, spherulites with either αhelical chain conformation or β parallel sheet structure are produced. The growth rates display a strong positive temperature coefficient, with an apparent transition, which however cannot be related with the formation of two different crystal structures at this stage.

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.2138/am.2005.1739 . 32. Majzlan , J , Navrotsky , Al , Blainemccleskey , R , ChN , Alpers 2006 Thermodynamic properties and crystal structure refinement of ferricopiapite, coquimbite

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1999 Crystal structure of gingipain R: anArg-specific bacterial cysteine proteinase with a caspase-like fold Embo J 18 5453 – 5462 . 32

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Mechanochemistry of the 5f-element compounds

Part 2. Mechanochemically induced change in coordination mode of UO2(CH3COO)2·2H2O

Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry
Authors: P. Kovacheva, N. Minkova, D. Todorovsky, and D. Radev

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The effect of the mechanical treatment of UO2(CH3COO)2·2H2O in a planetary ball mill in air or as a suspension in toluene or benzene on its crystal structure and coordination mode has been studied. No significant changes in the crystal structure are observed. IR-spectroscopy results suggest that in the part of the mechanoactivated material the bidentate bonding of the CH3COO is transformed in monodentate one. The newformed species is soluble in non-polar solvents.

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