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Fundamental understanding of thermodynamic of phase separation plays a key role in tuning the desired features of biomedical devices. In particular, phase separation of ternary solution is of remarkable interest in processes to obtain biodegradable and biocompatible architectures applied as artificial devices to repair, replace, or support damaged tissues(More)
In composite materials made of polymer matrices and micro-nano dispersed compartments, the morphology of the dispersed phase can strongly affect several features of the final material, including stability, loading efficiency, and kinetic release of the embedded molecules. Such a polymer matrix composite can be obtained through the consolidation of the(More)
1 OVERVIEW The session summarised here was devoted to Electron Cloud Effects and Vacuum in the SPS and LHC. Seven talks were presented, covering recent experimental observations of electron cloud effects at the KEK-B Low Energy Ring (LER), measurements of surface properties at EPA, simulations of electron cloud build-up and heat load, vacuum observations(More)
The presented work summarises the results of two experiments in the CERN SPS. Longitudinal echo signals can be produced in the CERN-SPS by exciting a coasting proton beam at 120 GeV/c with two short RF pulses at different harmonics of the revolution frequency, separated by a suitable time-delay. The aim of the experiments was to confirm the analytical(More)
Longitudinal echo signals have been produced in the CERN SPS by exciting a proton beam at 120 GeV/c with two short RF pulses separated by a suitable time-delay. The aim of the experiments was to confirm the analytical predictions for beam echoes in the SPS and to probe the applicability of beam echoes for a measurement of the energy distribution and(More)
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