Olga Geszti

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Nanosize gold particles were prepared by Ar(+) ion implantation of 10-nm thick gold film deposited onto a SiO(2)/Si(100) wafer possessing no catalytic activity in the CO oxidation. Along with size reduction the valence band of the gold particles and the actual size were determined by ultraviolet- and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (UPS, XPS) and by(More)
CN thin films were prepared in high vacuum by evaporation of C from a pair of graphite rods in a DC arc ignited in N at x 2 pressures of up to 1 mbar onto NaCl, Highly ordered pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) and Si substrates. The substrate temperature varied between room temperature and 800 8C. The effect of deposition temperature and N gas pressure on the(More)
The hemoglobin level of blood plasma is a sensitive tool in measuring radiation effects. Its value has increased in most of the cases during radiotherapy of cancer patients even applied at low doses. Haptoglobins behave similarly, the time-dependent changes during radiotherapy are almost identical at both parameters.
Au-TiO(2) interface on silica support was aimed to be produced in a controlled way by use of Au hydrosol. In method A, the Au colloids were modified by hydrolysis of the water-soluble Ti(IV) bis(ammoniumlactato)dihydroxide (TALH) precursor and then adsorbed on Aerosil SiO(2) surface. In method B, Au sol was first deposited onto the SiO(2) surface and then(More)
In this series of articles, a method is presented that performs (semi)quantitative phase analysis for nanocrystalline transmission electron microscope samples from selected area electron diffraction (SAED) patterns. Volume fractions and degree of fiber texture are determined for the nanocrystalline components. The effect of the amorphous component is(More)