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Title: Influence of Free Volumes on Functional Properties of Modified Chalcogenide Glasses and Oxide Ceramics
Authors: Klym, H.
Shpotyuk, O.
Ingram, A.
Calvez, L.
Hadzaman, I.
Kostiv, Yu
Ivanusa, A.
Chalyy, D.
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Klym H., Shpotyuk O., Ingram A., Calvez L., Hadzaman I., Kostiv Yu., Ivanusa A., Chalyy D. Influence of free volumes on functional properties of modified chalcogenide glasses and oxide ceramics // Springer Proceedings in Physics (Chapter in Springer Book “Nanophysics, Nanomaterials, Interface Studies, and Applications”), 2017, Chapter 36, vol. 195, pp. 479-493.
Abstract: An important area of electronic technology is the use of physical phenomena on nano- and subnanometer levels of structural organization of functional materials [1–3]. Transformation to these levels is achieved due to nanostructurization, i.e., formation of nanoobjects with the individual components (atoms or molecules) by their agglomeration or massive dissociation into individual components [4, 5]. In the case of disordered solids with full or partial absence of atomic structural correlations and excess free-volume configuration entropy or enthalpy, these processes occur in transformation of atom and void structures.
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