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The oxidation zone of a commercial palladium-silver porcelain alloy was compared after repeated casting with and without the addition of new alloy. The intensity of palladium, silver, tin, indium, and O K-alpha near the oxidation zone was analyzed with XMA. The intensity curves of tin, silver, and oxygen increased progressively through each generation(More)
Hexagonal-phase single-crystal Gd2 O3 is deposited on GaN in a molecular beam epitaxy system. The dielectric constant is about twice that of its cubic counterpart when deposited on InGaAs or Si. The capacitive effective thickness of 0.5 nm in hexagonal Gd2 O3 is perhaps the lowest on GaN-metal-oxide-semiconductor devices. The heterostructure is thermo(More)
In this work we consider the linear stability of a sub-to-super invis-cid transonic stationary wave of a one-dimensional model of isentropic compressible flows through a nozzle of varying area. This sub-to-super inviscid transonic stationary wave is newly founded by the authors using the geometric singular perturbation theory. The main result of this work(More)
A facile while flexible approach to size-controllable high-purity colloidal gold nanoplates has been presented. By adjusting the quantity of seeds and I(-) through a seed-mediated, cetyltrimethylammonium bromide (CTABr)-assisted synthetic system, the edge length of the gold nanoplates can be adjusted from 140 to 30 nm without changing their thickness or(More)
In this talk we characterize the transonic stationary solutions of the hydrody-namic escape problem (HEP), which is significant on studying the evolution of atmospheres of planets. The characterization is established by the geometric singular perturbation method (GSP) on the wind solution of HEP. We will discuss the existence and non-existence of the(More)
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