Papers by Keyword: Oxygen

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Authors: N.Yu. Arutyunov, V.Yu. Trashchakov
Authors: Takashi Sekiguchi, Yoshiji Miyamura, Hirofumi Harada, Karolin Jiptner, Jun Chen, Ronit R. Prakash, Satoshi Nakano, Bing Gao, Koichi Kakimoto
Abstract: We have proposed single seed cast Si growth and developed a furnace for 50 cm square ingots. By optimizing growth parameters, improving gas condition, coating, the quality of mono Si ingot has improved. Namely, dislocation density, the concentrations of substitutional carbon and interstitial oxygen have been significantly reduced. The conversion efficiency of cast Si solar cells has become comparable with those of CZ Si wafers.
Authors: Jun Hu Liu, Bart Blanpain, Patrick Wollants
Abstract: TiB2 coatings were plasma sprayed in air and were studied by XPS. There are five elements in the top surface of the studied coatings, namely, B, C, N, O and Ti. Oxygen pick-up in the coatings results in formation of oxides of boron and titanium. Nitrogen was shown to exist in N-Ti and O-N-Ti in the coating. Depending on the spraying parameters, mono-boride as well as di-boride was also detected in the studied coatings. With careful peak fitting it was shown that oxygen may exist in the coating as dissolved atomic O in addition to as lattice oxygen in the oxide of boron and titanium.
Authors: Alexander Bakulin, Alexander Latyshev, Svetlana Kulkova
Abstract: The oxygen absorption and diffusion properties are studied in γ-TiAl and TiAl3 alloys within density functional theory using projector augmented wave method in the plane-wave basis. It is shown that the octahedral site inside the Ti-rich octahedron is preferable for oxygen in case of γ-TiAl alloy whereas the Al-rich octahedron is more favorable environment for oxygen in TiAl3. It is shown that the energy barriers for oxygen jumps between different sites in bulk alloys depend significantly on the local environments of oxygen and increase for its jump from Ti-rich sites. The trajectories with minimum energy barriers are determined for both Ti-Al alloys. It is shown that the increase of Al content in alloy leads to the decrease of barriers for oxygen jumps.
Authors: Heon Do Jeong, Dong Sik Kim, Kweon Ill Kim, In Kyu Song
Abstract: Adsorption characteristics of nitrogen and oxygen onto the ion-exchanged X-type zeolites through pressure swing adsorption (PSA) process were investigated. On the basis of Na-X zeolite, a series of ion-exchanged X-type zeolites containing Ag, Li, Ca, Sr, Br, and K were prepared and investigated in this work. It was revealed that the ion-exchanged X-type zeolites showed a remarkably improved and selective adsorption capability for nitrogen. At equilibrium pressure under 0.5 atm, adsorption capability for nitrogen was decreased in the order of Ag-X > Li-X > Sr-X > Ca-X > Na-X > Ba-X > K-X. At equilibrium pressure over 1 atm, however, the capability was decreased in the order of Li-X > Ag-X > Sr-X > Ca-X > Na-X > Ba-X > K-X. The Li-X zeolite exhibited the selective adsorption capability for nitrogen in the air separation process at high pressure. The separation factor for nitrogen/oxygen (= N2/O2) in the Li-X zeolite was ca. 13.
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