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Introduction Physicochemical properties of solid solutions are possible to modify, which is very important for designing of new functional materials. The knowledge on the influence of the change of composition of the solid

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. Synthesis, characterization, and energetics of solid solution along thedolomite-ankerite join, and implications for the stability of ordered CaFe(CO3)2 , American Mineralogist , Vol. 81 , No. 9-10 , 1996 , pp. 1141 ‒ 1147 . [34

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. , Rodriguez E. E. , Arnold D. C. ( 2015 ) PZT-like structural phase transitions in the BiFeO 3 -KNbO 3 solid solution . Dalton Trans 44 ( 23 ) 10608 – 10613 . [8] Kuo

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-drying method (OD-F-GFA) and airdrying method (AD-F-GFA). Thus, the optimized F-GFA were noted to showcase maximum compressive strength at 10 M of the alkaline solution with the solid/solution ratio of 2.8:1 and Na 2 SiO 3 /NaOH ratio of 1:2. Upon trial

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63.14–100 wt% Ba 3 (PO 4 ) 2 ; high-temperature, continuous solid solutions α exhibit their maximum melting point at ∼1720 °C. In order to find the phase equilibria for the system Rb 3 PO 4 –Ba 3 (PO 4 ) 2 , the DTA/DSC-heating of solid

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). Thermal effect of the eutectic transition goes to zero for compositions corresponding to pure components. This confirms that there is no mutual miscibility in the solid state and no formation of terminal solid solutions at either side of the phase diagram

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, R. Guo , Y. Hu , and W. Jiang , “ Ce1–xLaxOy solid solution prepared from mixed rare earth chloride for soot oxidation ,” J. Rare Earths , vol. 34 , no. 6 , pp. 590 – 596 , 2016 . 10.1016/S1002-0721(16)60066-2 [30] H. Nasiri , J. V

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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors: Adebayo Surajudeen Adekunle, Adekunle Akanni Adeleke, Peter Pelumi Ikubanni, Peter Olorunleke Omoniyi, Tajudeen Adelani Gbadamosi, and Jamiu Kolawole Odusote

solution heat treatment, the aluminum alloy is heated to a temperature range between 400 and 540 °C in order to re-dissolve the soluble alloying elements in solution to produce a single phase solution, that is, a solute-rich solid solution after holding at

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activation of obtained catalysts, which may determine the size of dispersion of the active phase, lead to the formation of solid solutions or the creation of intermetallic compounds. So far, the palladium supported catalysts promoted with indium have

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the other hand the waste catalyst limits formation of this compound so it probably also prevents conversion process. However, absorption bands of members of the solid solution C 3 AS 3 − x H 2 x in the range 3660–3620 cm −1 have been also described

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