Defect and Diffusion Forum

ISSN: 1662-9507

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Edited by: David J. Fisher
Online since: March 1997
Description: Journal issue

148-149

Edited by: H. Mehrer, Chr. Herzig, N.A. Stolwijk, H. Bracht
Online since: January 1997
Description: These proceedings comprise the papers presented at the international conference on 'Diffusion in Materials (DIMAT-96)' held at Schloss Nordkirchen, Germany, August 1996 - the largest international diffusion conference so far held.
The two-volume set therefore covers a very broad spectrum of topics. From the materials point of view, metals, alloys, intermetallics, elemental and compound semiconductors, amorphous materials, nonmetals such as fast ionic conductors, oxides, nitrides, polymers and even melts were discussed.

143-147

Edited by: David J. Fisher
Online since: March 1997
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141-142

Edited by: David J. Fisher
Online since: March 1996
Description: Journal issue

140

Edited by: David J. Fisher
Online since: March 1996
Description: Journal issue

138-139

Edited by: David J. Fisher
Online since: March 1996
Description: Journal issue

136-137

Edited by: David J. Fisher
Online since: March 1996
Description: Journal issue

134-135

Edited by: A.A. Teate and N.C. Halder
Online since: May 1996
Description: The present textbook treats the effects of temperature upon weakly disordered hydrogenated amorphous silicon and hydrogenated amorphous germanium, as well as the effect of weak disorder upon more complex systems such as GaAs and Al2Gal-xAs alloy. The effects of disorder-induced band tailing upon deep levels in compound semiconductor alloys are also studied.

133

Online since: March 1996
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131-132

Edited by: D.L. Beke and I.A. Szabó
Online since: March 1996
Description: The problem of the interrelationship between diffusion and stresses is as old as the investigation of diffusion itself. Crack formation during surface oxidation, stress-induced diffusion (creep, Gorsky-effect) and the macroscopic deformation of diffusion couples during interdiffusion are well-known classical examples.

129-130

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